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

VitDAL work presented in Inaugural Lecture


Posted on November 29th, by Richard Mellanby in Uncategorized. No Comments

Professor Richard Mellanby from VitDAL had the great honour of presenting his inaugural lecture recently at the University of Edinburgh Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. This was a wonderful opportunity to present the story of the lab’s work to date ranging from the first clinical cases of hypervitaminosis D that stimulated research in this area through to more recent studies on vitamin D status and health outcomes in large population studies and evaluations of immuno-modulatory properties of vitamin D metabolites. A recording of the talk can be accessed via this link





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