Patrick Allard is a Professor in the Division of Life Sciences at UCLA. Dr. Allard received his BSc from University of Toulouse, France, and his MSc in Biology of Aging from University of Paris. He then completed his PhD degree in Biology from McGill University, Canada, and his postdoctoral fellowship position in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, before joining UCLA as Faculty in 2012.
Dr Allard’s work resides at the intersection of genetics, epigenetics, developmental biology and environmental health. Specifically, his laboratory leverages the tractability of model organisms and stem cell-based approaches to examine reproductive and transgenerational impairments following exposure to environmental toxicants. His research focuses on the effect of environmental exposures on reproduction has been published in several high-profile journals including Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), PLOS Genetics, Cell Reports, and Environmental Health Perspectives. Dr Allard has received multiple awards and grants including a Burroughs Wellcome Innovations in Regulatory Science Award and funding from NIEHS, NIAAA, and the Templeton foundation.
The Allard laboratory website can be visited at: https://www.theallardlabatucla.org/