Mike Hahn, Department of Human Physiology, Bowerman Sports Science Clinic

Mike Hahn

Practice Areas: Biomechanics, Neuromechanics, Sports Science, Human Locomotion, Stress Fracture Prevention, Fall Prevention, Prosthetics Engineering

Mike Hahn is an academic expert in sports science and biomechanics. At the University of Oregon, he is a professor of human physiology and the director of the Bowerman Sports Science Clinic. He lead a study seeking to identify athletes with the highest risk of developing stress fractures, which can keep athletes out of competition for multiple seasons. The project was supported by a $1.2 million grant from the Pac-12 Conference Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative.

Contact: mhahn@uoregon.edu | 541-346-3554


Recent Media:
Turkey trot or not? The pros and cons of running a Thanksgiving 5k (Grid, Nov. 24, 2022)
Pac-12 continues investment in Student-Athlete Health and Well-Being Initiative (Pac-12, Aug. 16, 2022)
How to choose a running shoe (Gear Junkie, May 4, 2020)
UO leads study seeking new ways to avoid stress fractures (Around the O, Sept. 26, 2017)
Athletics: Experts divided over chances of sub-two hour marathon (Reuters, May 3, 2017)
At 39, Super Bowl hero-in-waiting Tom Brady could play for years more (Financial Review, Feb. 5, 2017)
Chip Kelly and his relentless assault on the status quo (Bleacher Report, Aug. 4, 2015)