'The consummate mentor': Bill Clinton, Jim Wilson and others reflect on Tachi Yamada's life and legacy
When Jim Wilson was 36 and just starting out as an ambitious and occasionally tempestuous physician-scientist at the University of Michigan, he had a ritual. Each Saturday, after a week in which Wilson bristled at the administration, demanding this or complaining about that, Tachi Yamada, the chair of internal medicine, would invite him to spend a few minutes in his office before the football games.
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