11134 E CD Ave., Richland, MI 49083 | 269-760-9496 | Daniel.J.Weigel@Zoetis.com

empolyment history

Research Director, Outcomes Research, Pfizer/Zoetis US Business Group.  2013-Current.  My primary responsibility is to develop tools/data to demonstrate the economic value of Zoetis products.  Responsible for the design, analysis, and assessing the economic outcome of studies with key producers in conjuction with Technical Services.   I also provide custom data analysis for key accounts, statistical design and analysis of phase IV market support studies and aiding Marketing and Technical Services in the interpretation of the study outcomes.  Responsible for reviewing study protocols for university studies and providing statistical support in the review of scientific and marketing publications and in any actions to defend Zoetis products or refute competitor’s claims.  Share responsibility for the development and implementation of the standard operating procedures governing Biometrics and Data Management.

Associate Directory, Outcomes Research, Pfizer Animal Health, US Business Group. 2005-2013.

Senior Coordinator Biometrics II, Kalamazoo, MI, Pfizer Veterinary Medicine Research & Development 2003-2005. Responsible for support of Discovery Pharmaceutical studies and Market Support studies with 1 direct report.

Senior Coordinator Biometrics II, Groton, CT, Pfizer Veterinary Medicine Research & Development 2002-2003.  Supported registration of Pharmaceutical products and Phase IV Market Support studies.

Project Manager, Animal Health Group, Lee’s Summit, MO 2001-2002.

Research Scientist, Animal Health Group, Lee’s Summit, MO 1995-2001.

Responsible for the design and analysis of phase III and phase IV studies.  Assisted in the development and validation of methods for data transfer between PC platform and a central database using SAS on a global basis.  Responsible for 3 direct reports as well as management of workload among 8 biometricians.

Post-doctoral Fellow, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada 1995.  Research focused on the development and implementation of multiple-trait BLUP methodology for across country evaluations for linear type traits in dairy sires.


Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

PhD Animal Breeding                                                                                      1994

Dissertation: “Relationships Among Estimated Net Income, Herdlife, and Linear Type Traits in Dairy Cattle”

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

M.S. Dairy Cattle Breeding                                                                             1991

Thesis: “Impact of different strategies and levels of preferential treatment on different methods of bull dam selection”

Iowa State University

B.S. Dairy Science

Job title: Research Director, Outcomes Research and my work focuses on developing the full value proposition associated with implementing Precision Animal Health technologies in dairy and beef cattle.