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Pharmacologist CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 19 May 2021

Tip: Use the Pharmacologist CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Rebecca Newman

78 George Street
DH10 3ZN
Mob: 079 5789 6533       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am a creative and enthusiastic Pharmacologist with two years experience in the pharmaceutical industry. I have experience in designing and carrying out experiments, testing drugs, researching scientific literature and writing technical reports. I possess excellent analytical and communications skills, and a dedicated approach to working in a highly controlled working environment. I am currently looking for a challenging opportunity within the science sector.


  • Achieved a 1st Class degree in Pharmacology from the University of Manchester
  • Published in the academic journal Drug Delivery, Jul. 2016 Ed.


2010 – 2013BSc PharmacologyUniversity of ManchesterGrade achieved: 1:1

Relevant Modules:

  • Molecular Pharmacology
  • Physiology of Human Cells
  • Chemistry for Life Science
  • Drugs and their Mechanisms
  • Practical Unit

2008 – 2010
Results: Biology: A Chemistry: C Physics: B
A LevelsPulford College

Work experience

Oct 2015 – PresentPharmacologist         Lab of Medicine

Main duties performed:

  • Designing studies and experiments
  • Investigating the effects of a broad range of drugs (including heparin, eptifibatide, atropine, and clopidogrel) on test subjects
  • Manufacturing the raw ingredients of Aspirin, Paracetamol and Ibuprofen
  • Calculating and weighing mixed chemical compounds
  • Creating safety protocols and pilot procedures
  • Collecting and analysing data using appropriate statistical methods
  • Interpreting results and drafting technical reports, papers and reviews
  • Presenting findings and recommendations to the relevant parties
  • Conducting quality control duties during clinical trials
  • Performing literature search for new studies
  • Supervising and training new staff members
  • Visiting hospitals and pharmaceutical companies across the country
  • Attending scientific conferences, events and seminars

Mar 2014 – Sept 2015Trainee Pharmacologist           GlaxoSmithKline

Main duties performed:

  • Ensuring appropriate precautions and security measures are in place
  • Maintaining accuracy of prescriptions and ensuring patient safety
  • Maintaining and updating administrative records such as pharmacy files
  • Advising patients on medication intake, storage and disposal
  • Handling the I.V set, injections, bandage and stitches
  • Performing general admin duties in the department

Aug 2013 – Feb 2014Research Assistant           CP Group

Main duties performed:

  • Organising reports of production phase
  • Analysing the finished goods using analytical methods
  • Ordering and controlling stock intake


  • Participated in the “Getting your Research in Print: From Planning to Publication”, WTCRF Education Programme (2014)
  • Completed the “Lab Health & Safety” course (2015)
  • ECDL – British Computing Society (2016)


  • Equipped with clinical and ethical principles to the optimisation of therapeutic practice and clinical research
  • Understanding drugs; disease interaction at cellular level and investigating how disease process or drug treatment may modify responses
  • Excellent knowledge of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and other regulations
  • Working with lab instruments and a broad range of computer software, including MS Office, SPSS, Minitab and WinNonlin.
  • Working effectively under pressure and to strict deadlines

Hobbies and interests

In my spare time, I enjoy travelling around the country with my family and meeting new people. Additionally, I like to attend various scientific conferences to keep myself up-to-date with the latest research and developments in the industry.


Mr Kevin Blake
Manager, Lab of Medicine
Address: 6 Milk Rd, Dorset, DJ2 7XN
Tel: 0774 5679 4563
Email: [email protected]
Mr John Underwood
Senior Consultant, GlaxoSmithKline
Address: 1 Helford Ln, Leeds, LE8 4ML
Tel: 0777 3451 8766
Email: [email protected]

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  • Experience: If you are Pharmacologist who has got some level of experience, there is a good chance that you might have contributed to dozens of studies, experiments and projects during a brief period of time. Your CV is an excellent place to list many of these studies that you have contributed to because this reinforces the idea that you are an expert in your field who has the relevant experience to do this job well. Please note: try to limit the length of your CV to 2 A4 pages and only exceed this when absolutely necessary.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £25.000 – £50.000
    Degree and Work Experience
    37+ hours per week


  • Scientific Method
    Ability to use science to investigate problems and propose solutions
  • Investigation
    Ability to research and examine a matter in a focused manner
  • Time Management
    Identifying critical and less critical activities and tasks and prioritising accordingly
  • Problem-solving
    To identify and solve medical problems
  • Specialist Knowledge
    Possessing sound and specialist knowledge of pharmacology
  • Attention to Detail
    Paying attention to every aspect of the task or project and ensuring that no “small details” are overlooked

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