Keele University David Weatherall Building

By | 19th June 2017

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Sir David Weatherall Building

Sir David Weatherall was Chancellor of Keele University, succeeding Lord Claus Moser in 2002 and holding office until 2012. Sir David made a significant contribution to Keele, including presiding over the graduation of the first students to graduate from the School of Medicine – a subject close to his heart. His garduation ceremony anecdotes were invariably memorable and funny. Sir David is one of the outstanding British clinician scientists of his generation – a pioneering researcher in molecular genetics, haematology, pathology and clinical medicine. He was Regius Professor of Medicine at the University of Oxford, 1992-2000.

In 1989, Sir David founded the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine at Oxford University to foster research in molecular and cell biology with direct application to the study of human disease. Sir David is also co-author of the Oxford Text Book of Medicine.

David Weatherall Café

Situated in the David Weatherall building, near the main university entrance, the David Weatherall Café serves great coffee, sandwiches, soups, salads, pastries, pasta, jacket potatoes and a range of hot and cold drinks. Whether you want to eat in and enjoy a break between lectures or take away so you can eat on the go, we have a number of meal deals and special offers each month for you to take advantage of.

Opening Times

Term time: Monday – Friday 08.00 – 16.00