Mike Hahn is an academic expert in sports science and biomechanics. He is an associate professor of human physiology and the director of the Bowerman Sports Science Clinic.
Hahn’s research expertise is broadly defined by the mechanics and neuromuscular control of human locomotion. Current research projects are focused on the areas of prosthetic engineering, treatment outcomes in ankle osteoarthritis, neural control of powered prosthetic/orthotic devices, and mechanisms of locomotor adaptation after lower limb injury. He is currently leading a study seeking to identify athletes with the highest risk of developing stress fractures, which can keep athletes out of competition for multiple seasons.