U. of Texas Chancellor Keeps Connected to His Past as a Doctor

Photograph by Mark Greenberg

"As a surgeon, you have to be a great listener," says Dr. Francisco G. Cigarroa, chancellor of the U. of Texas, who spends one weekend a month on call at the university hospital.
October 05, 2009

Francisco G. Cigarroa is looking remarkably fresh on a recent Sunday morning, considering that he finished transplanting a liver at 1:30 a.m.

He reviews a patient's chart with a team of medical residents and students, asking questions about her…

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