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Revolutionary medicines enable us to enrich and extend life for people living with all types of diseases. 

Rare Disease
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Explore all of our disease and condition-related resources to learn more about your diagnosis and treatment options. 

Gene Therapy
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy 
Gaucher Disease
Growth Hormone Deficiency 
Sickle Cell 
Transthyretin Amyloidosis 

Internal Medicine
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We’re developing therapies to treat, slow, or prevent disease progression and improve the quality of life for patients with obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular and kidney diseases. 

Inflammation & Immunology
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We look for treatments that provide more than just symptom relief, in order to address the root cause of chronic inflammatory diseases at a molecular level

View All Vaccines

Vaccines are the single most important innovation in the science of health to significantly reduce the threat of diseases that were once widespread and oftentimes fatal. 

Pipeline & Clinical Trials 

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Cancer treatment needs to be transformed across the entire landscape to significantly improve the lives of cancer patients worldwide.

Biology into medicine
Global Impact

Anti Infectives
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Anti-infectives are medicines that work to prevent or treat infections, including antibacterials, antivirals, antifungals, and antiparasitic medications. 

Antimicrobial Resistance 
AMR Prevention 
Antimicrobial Surveillance 
Antimicrobial Stewardship 
Our Commitment as a Global Leader 
Environmental Protection 

This is our rallying cry as our scientists relentlessly pursue breakthroughs that will change patients’ lives.


We proudly partner with thousands of study sites and tens of thousands of trial participants around the world. It’s these clinical trials that lead to life-changing medicines.

Go to Pfizer Clinical Trials Site

Explore all of our disease and condition-related resources to learn more about your diagnosis and treatment options. 

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Fellow organizations actively researching bold scientific ideas, capabilities, and technologies partner with us to bring innovative treatments to patients in need. And we continually seek new partnerships in several key interest areas.

Learn About Our Partners

We work tirelessly to translate advanced science and technologies into the therapies that matter most. 

  • We’re pioneering breakthroughs in gene therapy to unlock its promise for patients worldwide living with rare genetic diseases for whom the current standard of care falls short. Imagine the possibilities.


    Gene Therapy’s Promise


  • We’re investing in next-generation science and technology to invent tomorrow’s innovative therapies. The breadth and depth of our colleagues’ technical expertise is second to none, and underpins our groundbreaking approach to the discovery and development of medicines and vaccines

    Learn More About Medicinal Sciences 

  • Precision medicine is not only a focus of our R&D strategy, but a philosophy that guides everything we do. New technology platforms enable us to fulfill their potential through cutting-edge applications that better understand the biological basis of a disease. 

    Learn More About Precision Medicine 

  • Leveraging years of scientific expertise, we’re at the forefront of this field, working tirelessly to discover and develop vaccines that would protect young infants around the world from disease through maternal immunization

    Learn More About Maternal Immunization 

While we continue to see the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic around the world, we’re committed to helping keep people safe and informed. 

More On COVID-19

We have Research & Development colleagues across the world to support our product pipeline. Details from major Research & Development locations are listed below

Andover, Massachusetts Research Site front entranceAndover, Massachusetts
A 70-acre site that combines state-of-the-art R&D facilities with flexible, multi-product manufacturing capabilities
Cambridge, Massachusetts Research Site buildingCambridge, Massachusetts
Global headquarters for our Center for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI), which has established locations in New York City, San Diego, and San Francisco
Groton, Connecticut Research Site front Pfizer signageGroton, Connecticut
Where nearly every one of our products are, in part, developed
La Jolla, California Research Site front entranceLa Jolla, California
Powerfully reinforcing the company's presence in the global biotechnology industry
Pearl River, New York Research Site campus aerial viewPearl River, New York
The primary location for our company’s global Vaccine Research and Development work
Sandwich, UK Research Site building frontSandwich, UK
Home of the Pharmaceutical Sciences and Global Regulatory Affairs groups
St. Louis, MO Research Site front entranceSt. Louis, MO
A 300,000 sq. ft. facility producing innovative emergency care products that serve unique needs during severe medical crises

Incredible things can happen when people come together with one shared goal. The future of medicine is happening at Pfizer, and we’re eager to work alongside inspired and inspirational people who want to improve healthcare around the world.

Explore Our Careers
Programs & Initiatives This Rotational R&D Program Allows Young Scientists to Experiment in Their Careers Participants in Pfizer's unique science career program can gain experience in drug discovery, regulatory affairs & more. Purpose & Ideals An Accord for a Healthier World: Working Together to Help Address Unmet Healthcare Needs in Lower-Income Countries In 2022, Pfizer launched An Accord for a Healthier World to improve access to healthcare by providing medicines and vaccines to 45 lower-income countries. Science & Innovation In Celebrating 175 Years, Pfizer Challenges Itself to ‘Outdo Yesterday’ It started with a breakthrough. And still, this is just the beginning. Looking ahead to the next 175 years, Pfizer’s motivation, today, isn’t to stay the course—it’s to outdo yesterday.