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Green Templeton College | Oxford

The Doll Building

The Doll Building is a purpose-built block of student accommodation on the west side of the College site. Completed in 1981, it overlooks the main gardens and the Radcliffe Observatory.

The building is named after Professor Sir Richard Doll, the founding Warden of the former Green College and the foremost epidemiologist of the 20th century who discovered the link between tobacco and lung cancer.

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