Scientist, DNA-Encoded Libraries and In Vitro Pharmacology
Pfizer – Groton, CT – Job Description ROLE SUMMARY The Primary Pharmacology Group at our Groton campus is composed of ~50 scientists that support hit identification and lead optimization activities for small molecule drug discovery programs through the design, development, and execution of in vitro plate-based screening assays. Research Units supported by the group include Inflammation and Immunology, Cardiovascular/Metabolic, Rare Diseases, Oncology and our Center for Therapeutic Innovation. We typically drive small molecule programs from initiation through clinical candidate selection. The successful candidate will join a multidisciplinary lab that, in addition to our core Pharmacology deliverables, is also applying cutting-edge DNA-Encoded Library (DEL) technology to discover starting points for small molecule projects. As a primary responsibility, (s)he will collaboratively partner with project teams to deliver hit identification efforts with DEL. In addition, (s)he will also provide pharmacology … – Permanent – Full-timeApply for this job.