Connie Langer is an Associate Director at Pfizer Global Product Development in Groton, CT. She received a BS in Chemical Engineering in 1995 and an MS in Oceanography in 1998 both from the University of Connecticut. She also holds a Drug Development Certificate from the School of Pharmacy, Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at Temple University.
Connie began her career at Pfizer over 20 years ago as a scientist working in the Safety and Metabolism Department where she employed quantitative and qualitative mass spectrometry techniques to study drug metabolism, biopharmaceutics and the environmental fate and effects of pharmaceuticals. Connie became a member of Global Chemistry, Manufacturing & Controls (CMC) in 2007, where she has held a number of positions of increasing responsibility and is currently accountable to provide global CMC strategy and to manage and execute lifecycle regulatory activities including submissions to support investigational studies, new commercial registrations and post approval variations to maintain product licenses. Connie has been actively volunteering at local elementary schools for the past 25 years and enjoys sparking student’s interest STEM career opportunities.