Everything is interesting if you look at it deeply enough. There is no trivial question. This sentiment, attributed to Nobel laureate and physicist Richard Feynman, was Professor Henry Kunkel's message to all who began work in his laboratory. Learn as much as you can from a single informative patient. Keep looking. Play. But play, of course, in the Kunkel sense of exploration. The life of a Kunkel acolyte might be characterized as rejection, endurance and very late dinners. But then, on a few occasions, there was the thrill of a discovery he'd always help guide.