Biomedical

Biomedicinal Centre

Head of Centre: Dr I.O. Lawal

The Biomedicinal Research Center of the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria was established in July, 2015.The mandate of the Centre is mainly to ensure sustainable plant research by undergoing extensive experiment for better advancement of herbal medicine in the country and world at large
Our Mission
To bridge the gap between Research and Herbal medicine practice through conservation of medicinal plants and extensive training towards development of standardized herbal product for safe consumption and benefit of mankind.
Vision
To be the leading research centre in the advancement of herbal medicine and provision of safe remedies for the treatment and management of diverse medical conditions.
Mandate
  • To carry out research on plants and their components, to understand their benefits and limitations for human usage
  • To conserve and sustain indigenous medicinal plants genetics resources.
  • To explore Nigeria Flora for bio-active compounds that can serve as drug leads.
  • To collaborate with relevant national and international organization for research and development on traditional African Medicine.

  • Department

    Herbal Gene Bank

    Herbal Nutrition&Nutraceuticals

    Drug Research & Toxicology

    Laboratary

    MOU SIGNED BETWEEN SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF HUDDERSFIELD AND FRIN ON HERBAL RESEARCH AND CAPACITY BUILDING

    Biomedicinal Research Center, FRIN (https://www.frin.gov.ng/BMRC.html) signed an MOU with University of Huddersfield United Kingdom (https://www.hud.ac.uk/sas/). Outcome of the meeting held between May 25TH-28TH, 2016 led to the agreement of a mutual and beneficial understanding for research and development of herbal research and capacity building in the area of medicinal plant research in Nigeria.
    DETAILS OF THE MEETING
    Visit of Dr Ibraheem Lawal- Head of the Biomedicinal Centre of the Forestry Research Institute Nigeria (FRIN) on May 25TH to 28TH, 2016. Wednesday 25TH May –Tour of Facilities and meeting with HoD Chemistry, Dr Ibraheem’s first formal meeting was with the Head of the Department of Chemistry (Professor Craig Rice) and with the course leader for the MSc Analytical Science suite of pathways (Dr Gareth Parkes). The meeting discussed opportunities for the training of staff in analytical techniques and covered potential for staff exchange between FRIN and Huddersfield. This meeting was followed by a tour of the School of Applied Science’s X-ray facilities including the X-ray diffraction and single crystal X-ray diffractometer instrumentation. X-Ray facilities

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