Performs experiments to understand reaction mechanisms and kinetics, stability, solven t exchange, etc.* Support technology transfer of API processes to internal Pfizer API manufacturing facilities and external suppliers.Serves as a key point of accountability for new product site registration and validation activities.
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Neighborhood Scout® uses the official government designation for neighborhoods - the census tract.
May spend significant time at the PGS launch site supporting process validation and Pre-Approval Inspection (PAI) activities.
Applies chemical engineering skills and specific process knowledge to understand and resolve scale-up issues during transfer.* Champions the development of novel laboratory development instrumentation and software modeling tools to improve process understanding.
Then we named each census tract to the local colloquially recognized neighborhood name for that spot (e.g., Boston, MA (Dorchester).
If there was not a name available, we named the census tract by the largest street intersection in the census tract (e.g., Worcester, MA (Lincoln St/Plantation St) Zip codes were developed by the Postal Service for the purpose of delivering mail, but were never intended to define coherent neighborhoods.
Census tracts are small, relatively permanent subdivisions of a county that are defined by the U. Census Bureau in conjunction with local authorities all across the country to define real neighborhoods that are bounded to contain areas with homogeneous population characteristics (including economic status, lifestyle, and living conditions).