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Clinical Research in Peripheral Arterial Disease: This program aims to develop improved therapeutic and preventive approaches for atherosclerotic arterial diseases of the peripheral vasculature through integrated, multi-disciplinary clinical research projects. Key objectives include elucidating biological mechanisms related to the initiation, progression, and outcomes of disease; enhancing early detection by developing improved biomarkers, imaging approaches, and other relevant biomedical technologies; and developing novel therapeutic and preventive strategies.
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