New Bioengineering careers
At just 26, Liam Sexton has already built up an impressive CV. His interest in maths, technical graphics and physics at school in Waterford prompted him to study biomedical engineering at DCU, which combined mechanical engineering with aspects such as human anatomy and medical device design.
Sexton now works with Accenture as a Technology Consulting Analyst.
“My job is to help clients find solutions that focus around technologies, and my focus on maths, engineering and biology has enabled me to break down problems and see patterns,” he says. “That really opens up lots of opportunities at a fundamental level.”
Liam Sexton, Technology Architecture Delivery Specialist at Accenture. Biomedical Engineering, DCU.
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Liam Sexton, Technology Analyst, Accenture