Harvard Law Students: Cortlan Wickliff

A video profile of HLS student Cortlan Wickliff ’13: Cortlan was just 19 when, in 2010, he became the youngest African-American man to earn a bioengineering degree at Rice University. There he worked on a number of major research projects, including ways to test the sensitivity of premature babies’ hearing, developing a heart- and respiration-rate monitor for infants and modifying pacemakers to better monitor vital signs. Cortlan’s interest in the medical field developed early. … Now in his second year at Harvard LawSchool, Cortlan plans to specialize in intellectual property.

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