Michael P. McLoughlin
Chief Engineer, Research and Exploratory Development, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Mike McLoughlin is the Chief Engineer for the Research and Exploratory Development Department, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. He is the Principal Investigator for the Revolutionizing Prosthetics Program (RP) and leads efforts to transition RP related technologies to clinical and nonclinical applications. During his 29-year career, he has focused on the rapid development and demonstration of transformative technologies for national security applications including: human integrated robotics, biomedicine, biodefense, radar and sonar systems.
Mike began his career at APL in 1985, where he has held progressively responsible line, program management and executive positions. During his tenure at APL, he has had significant roles in establishing business units focused in the areas of Biomedicine and Homeland Security; established and lead major programs, and built the technical organizations required to support these fast growing enterprises. Mike has BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delaware and teaches Engineering Management in the Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering.