Pfizer In Vivo Pharmacology Scientist (non in La Jolla, California


Working as a key member of an in vivo team, perform a range of in vivo studies that generate critical project data for project teams. The In Vivo Scientist is a technical and scientific specialist in the conduct of oncology in vivo studies and will be responsible for study planning, scheduling and execution including sample preparation and collection, appropriate documentation; and accurate exporting, formatting and presenting data for multidisciplinary project teams. The In Vivo Scientist will work collaboratively with all in vivo team members and project teams to understand their needs, obtain the necessary approvals and deliver in a timely and efficient manner.


  • Plan, execute and analyze in vivo pharmacology studies

  • Characterize new in vivo mouse models, including syngeneic tumor and genetically engineered mouse (GEM) models, to study biologic mechanisms and support exploration of novel

  • Conduct in vivo studies to evaluate and establish efficacy, PK/PD relationship, combination strategy, biomarker identification and analysis.

  • Perform ancillary in vitro and ex vivo assays to characterize effects of experimental medicines that may include FACS, ssRNAseq or other assays as needed.

  • Quality documentation and interpretation of experimental results

  • Presentation of results within a multidisciplinary team environment.

  • Ensure appropriate use of animals in compliance with all regulatory requirements and internal standards.


  • Bachelor's degree with 6+ years' relevant experience.

  • Experience with animal models of human cancers. Hands on in vivo skills (IV, PO dosing), blood/tissue collection.

  • Ability to follow novel scientific or technological developments, and to implement them in the laboratory. Current knowledge of oncology research, drug discovery and development.

  • Excellent written and oral communication and presentation skills in English.

  • Strong ability to multi-task and work productively in a fast-paced, highly collaborative, and diverse team environment.

  • Capability to contribute to a vivid and challenging intellectual environment.


  • Work experience in an industry setting highly desired.


  • Eligible for Employee Referral Bonus

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