Alumni Profiles UCL Biochemical Engineering Tom Sugden Senior Process Engineer, Finesse, part of Thermo Fisher Scientific "...I tended to enjoy the more practical side of things - design in particular. This really became apparent when I got onto the final year design project – everything started to fall into place, and my ideas for what I’d like to do after graduation began to crystallise." Yuki Abe Senior Consultant Engineer/Sales & Marketing Director, Biopharm Services "On a day-to-day basis, most my work involves liaising with our product managers to ensure sure that our solutions create the most value for our clients. This involves constant engagement, listening and problem-solving." Lesley Wood Head of Engineering, Lonza Group "I love my job, to be able to work with great scientists, engineers and a business person to make new medicines for previously incurable diseases is a huge privilege. My favourite parts include solving problems; be they business or technical. I also really enjoy all the customer collaborations Lonza is involved in." Rebecca Jones Analyst, Accenture "If you enjoy maths and chemistry, then by studying engineering you can do almost whatever you want when you graduate. My advice would be to do as many spring weeks and work experiences as you can before you graduate. " Dhammy Perameswaran Bioprocess Engineer, Eli Lilly Kinsale "Every person comes with a unique set of skills that can be used effectively to benefit the world and help people live a fruitful life. The world is changing and we need to listen to it and carefully think of strategies in how we can overcome any obstacles." Find out about UCL Alumni Register now UCL's network comprises 200,000 former students. Their relationship with us continues long after graduation so make it easy to check back for the latest news, event invites and opportunities to stay connected with UCL and one another.