I am taking notes at a small round table that's jammed into a corner of Dan Henroid's office at the University of California-San Francisco's Medical Center (UCSFMC). Like everywhere else in this city, space here is at a premium. The room is densely packed with stacks of papers, books, filing cabinets, rolled blueprints and reports. Despite this, you do not get a sense of disorganization — just that a lot is going on and that Henroid has a lot of balls (and ideas) in ...
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