Cato Research Careers
Why Choose Cato Research?
Cato Research turns promising concepts from pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies into products — including: drugs, biologics, and devices that impact improvements in healthcare for all. We do so with strategic thinking, speed, and quality from some of the industry's brightest and most experienced scientists.
Cato Research offers the best of all worlds — that is, small enough to truly encourage individual innovation and big enough to give employees the amenities and opportunities of large companies.
We offer a complete salary and benefits package, as well as a creative and friendly environment in which to learn and grow.
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Since 1989, the Cato Research Fellows Program has been an opportunity for graduates of some of the world's most highly regarded programs in areas such as medicine, microbiology, immunology, pharmacology, physiology, and genetics, to move their careers into drug development. The Cato Research Fellows Program provides rigorous, comprehensive training in all areas of clinical research and drug development.
During the program, Fellows participate in course work, interactive learning, on-the-job training, and discussion in such diverse areas as regulatory and medical writing, clinical trial monitoring, and drug development strategies. At the start of the program, Fellows are assigned a mentor who provides guidance, insight, coaching, and support. Cato Research scientists and industry experts also guide and interact with the Fellows throughout the 12-month training.
The program coursework consists of formal classes and seminars. Training classes are held each week in which our seasoned scientists and other industry guests present on their areas of expertise. Fellows also take advantage of all in-house training to supplement their experiences, such as Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Trial Monitoring, and Strategies in Drug Development. Additionally, Fellows receive training in project management and are encouraged to take on leadership roles as their skills dictate.
Fellows also receive extensive on-the-job training, and are strategically assigned to projects from early drug discovery to Phase 3 or Phase 4 clinical trials in order to maximize their exposure to clinical research and drug development. Project work may entail many different activities including: drug development plans, protocol design, regulatory strategy development, FDA-meeting preparation, project plan development, and clinical trial management.
Fellows are full time Cato employees, and are eligible for all benefits available at Cato. This includes a competitive salary package, and generous medical benefits. To view open Fellows positions, please see our Available Positions.
We recognize that a company's benefits package is of vital interest to prospective employees. That is why we offer a comprehensive benefits package that provides peace of mind as well as financial protection. We offer health benefits, disability and life insurance, a prescription drug plan, education assistance, retirement planning, and much more.
While the Cato Research benefits package is comprehensive in scope and very employee friendly, offering the kinds of benefits you would expect from a leading company, we encourage employees to explore personal and professional fulfillment in a variety of ways. For example, many Cato Research employees volunteer to work on one or more of the many committees established to provide leadership in areas of great interest to employees, such as the Corporate Enrichment Committee.
At Cato Research, employees are much more than recipients of benefits, they actually help design the kind of benefits employees value.
For more information about our benefits package, please contact our Human Resources team.
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