A research and diagnostic laboratory specialising in Vitamin D biology research in companion, production and wild animals

  • Providing an external diagnostic service measuring key vitamin D metabolites in clinical veterinary patients
  • Advancing understanding of the health benefits of vitamin D with a focus on non-skeletal tissues
  • Undertaking mechanistic studies which investigate how vitamin D modulates the immune response


latest news

VitDAL presents at the Scottish Biomedical Postdoctoral Researcher Conference

Last week, Dr Emma Hurst, lead postdoctoral scientist in theĀ VitDAL visited Glasgow to present at the 5th Scottish Biomedical Postdoctoral Researcher Conference (SBPRC). SBPRC...

VitDAL present research at ACVIM Forum

Professor Mellanby visited Phoenix this week to present some of the latest research from the VitDAL at the ACVIM Forum. He presented some recent...

VitDAL awarded DEQAS accreditation

We are delighted to announce that the VitDAL hasĀ been awarded DEQAS accreditation this week. This demonstrates that the lab offers a 25(OH)D assay which...