'A Community of Scholars'


If Steven Henikoff has thought seriously about leaving the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center since he started working there in 1981, there's no sign of it today. "I found the Hutch right from the start to be the ideal place to do what I want to do," he says. "There's never been an incentive to change." He's serious: Henikoff, who has a joint appointment at the University of Washington, has never so much as taken a sabbatical since he joined.

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