Holly Beaulac, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Associate

Researching the patterning and genetic regulatory network of BMP signaling in early mammalian cochlea development.

I graduated with a B.S. at the University of New England followed by a M.Sc. at Brandeis University, both degrees in neuroscience. I completed my Ph.D. through the Neuroscience Graduate Program at the University of Rochester in Dr. Patricia White's lab. I studied genetic mechanisms within the cochlea that promote noise-induced hearing loss in a FOXO3 loss-of-function mouse model.

Holly Beaulac on ORCID



Education and experience

Education

The Jackson Laboratory Bar Harbor, ME
Postdoctoral Associate Adv: Dr. Vidhya Munnamalai
2021-present

University of Rochester Rochester, NY
Ph.D., Neuroscience Adv: Dr. Patricia White
2015-2021

Brandeis University Waltham, MA
M.Sc. Neuroscience Adv: Dr. Angela Gutchess and Dr. Nicholas Rohleder
2011-2012

University of New England Biddeford, ME
B.S., Neuroscience Minor: English Adv: Dr. Ling Cao
2007-2011

Experience

University of Rochester Rochester, NY
Co-Student Coordinator Neuroscience Graduate Program Student Seminar Series NSC 503
2017-2020

Teaching Assistant Introduction to Neuroscience NSC 201
2016

University of New England Biddeford, ME
Research Technician and Laboratory Manager Adv: Dr. Ling Cao, Dr. Colin Willis, Dr. Geoffrey Bove
2013-2015