Senior Scientist, Bioinformatics/Molecular Discovery
We are seeking a talented laboratory informatics scientist to join Pfizer’s BioMedicine Design organization located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The successful candidate will join a small team of computational biologists and software engineers to develop a broad array of fit for purpose computational and database tools in support of cutting-edge approaches to early stage biotherapeutic discovery. Areas of active research include monoclonal antibodies, protein therapeutics, gene therapy, and mRNA-based therapeutics.
- Designing, developing, and maintaining applications to enable capture and analysis of data to accelerate discovery and enable decision making that drives biotherapeutic projects across a broad range of disease areas.
- Working within a team of laboratory scientists, data scientists, and internal and external software developers to rapidly specify, implement, and deploy fit-to-purpose software tools.
- Ph.D. or BA/MS+3-5 years post graduate experience in Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, or related field; or in Computer Science with a focus on biological or pharmaceutical sciences.
- Background in molecular biology, biochemistry, or a related field ideally with an understanding of basic biotherapeutic discovery.
- Understanding of relational database technology and competence with SQL. Ability to design relational schemas to represent real-world data. Ability to design complex queries to generate clear representations of data from complex relational schemas.
- Ability to design easy to use intuitive user interfaces.
- Strong interpersonal skills and an ability to work effectively with a broad range of scientists across multiple disciplines
Other Job Details
- Eligible for Employee Referral
- Last Day to Apply: March 10, 2022
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