Megan Beauchemin received her B.S. in Medical Biology from University of New England in 2008 and her Ph.D. in 2015 in Biomedical Sciences with a concentration in Cellular and Molecular Biology from the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering at University of Maine. Her dissertation work at the MDI Biological Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Voot Yin focused on elucidating the roles of microRNAs in zebrafish heart regeneration.
Megan is currently the Zebrafish Facility Manager at the University of New England.
B.S, Medical Biology
University of New England
Ph.D. Biomedical Sciences
University of Maine
cell and molecular biology
Beauchemin M, Smith A, Yin VP. (2015) Dynamic microRNA-101a and Fosab controls zebrafish heart regeneration. Development 142(23):4026-37. PMID 26628091
Motyl KJ, Beauchemin M, Barlow D, Le PT, Nagano K, Treyball A, Contractor A, Baron R, Rosen CJ, Houseknecht KL. (2017) A novel role for dopamine signaling in the pathogenesis of bone loss from the atypical antipsychotic drug risperidone in female mice. BONE, 103:168-176