In the media
BBC London News: Bradley Elliott comments on curcumin
Biomedical Sciences 12 January 2018
Curcumin has been surrounded by widespread debate around its effects and Dr Elliott summarised what current research conducted at the University and elsewhere says about the substance.
He said: “We are seeing reduced inflammation and reduced proliferation of cancer cells in vitro but there is a big step between that and seeing a clinical effect, in the human body, which is what we are trying to do in the moment.”
About the University of Westminster:
The University of Westminster boasts a vibrant learning environment attracting more than 20,000 students from over 150 nations and we continue to invest in our future with new developments, research projects and new ideas.
We offer highly attractive practice-based courses that are independently rated as excellent, many with international recognition. Our distinguished 180-year history has meant we lead the way in many areas of research, particularly politics, media, art and design, architecture and biomedical sciences, and our position in the city of London allows us to continue to build on our close connections with leading figures and organisations in these areas as well as in the worlds of business, information technology, politics and law.
Our commitment to educating graduates for the needs of professional life attracts high quality students from within the UK and around the globe.
Internationalisation, employability and sustainability are key elements in the University of Westminster’s vision for the future and we strive to ensure the very highest standards are met and maintained.