Booking a Meeting Room in the Henry Wellcome Building (HWB)

How do I book a room in the Henry Wellcome Building?

  1. Email your request to the departmental admin team on molcellbiol@leicester.ac.uk
  2. Please include the date, time, number of people attending the meeting etc.
  3. Once a booking has been made, a confirmation email will be sent to you.

What meeting rooms area available in the Henry Wellcome Building?

Room Floor Capacity of people Room Type Equipment
0/40A Ground floor 8 - 10 Meeting None (see note below)
0/40B Ground floor 8 - 10 Meeting None (see note below)
0/51 a+b Ground floor 20 Meeting None (see note below)
4/70 4th floor 16 Meeting full AVS/PC equipment
Frank and Katherine May Lecture Theatre Ground floor 133 Lecture Theatre full AVS/PC equipment

*Where there is no equipment available in the room; a projector & conference phone can be booked by contacting staff in the departmental office HWB 0/29.

How do I book a room in another building in the university?

To book a room in another building in the university, please visit the room bookings page on www2.le.ac.uk/services/rooms, which lists all rooms available.

To book a room in the Centre for Medicine building, please visit Booking a Meeting Room in the Centre for Medicine, to see the range of rooms available.

Departmental Contacts

Brankica Besevic: bb100@le.ac.uk             0116 229 7037
Jasbir Summan: jks43@le.ac.uk                 0116 229 7038
Mina Mistry:       mm46@le.ac.uk               0116 229 7021

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Department of Molecular and Cell Biology

T: +44(0)116 229 7038
E: MolCellBiol@le.ac.uk

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