The Pharmaceutical Microbiologist is tasked with applying pure microbiological science in a pharmacological laboratory setting to investigate behaviour of microbes in the presence of natural or synthetic molecules and compounds.  The objective is to provide a scientifically laboratory basis for releasing drugs in treating illnesses caused by microbes, virus, fungus and parasites.

Pharmaceutical Microbiologist Resume Template

Henry J. Paget

Des Moines, Iowa

Phone: 515-877-2786


To work as a microbiologist in a pharmaceutical laboratory

Summary of Qualification

  • Almost 5 years in  a large pharmaceutical company, rising through the ranks to become a lead pharmaceutical microbiologist in charge of toxicology
  • Excellent management and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French.

Career Experience/Job History

2002 – Present: Lead Microbiologist, YOH, Day & Zimmermann, New York

  • Design, develop and conduct lab tests to evaluate the antimicrobial efficacy of certain toxic agents diluted as disinfectant, antiseptic, deodorizing and other hygiene formulation for commercial and industrial use.
  • Supervise laboratory staff to conduct tests in compliance with corporate standards.
  • Maintain laboratory records in accordance with Good Laboratory Practice standards
  • Review and update laboratory Standard Operating Procedures
  • Ensure the highest security level in the inventory of microbial stocks according to severity of toxicity.
  • Report on the result and progress of any laboratory testing.
  • Secure corporate clearance in publishing test results


2005 – Present: various seminars and conferences on bacteriology, new laboratory pharmaceutical testing technologies

2001 -2005: Bachelor of Science in Biology, Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard

Professional reference will be furnished upon request.