NIH extends CLEVER grant; co-investigator is Beth Lewis

Dr. Beth Lewis, assistant professor in Kinesiology and co-investigator on the CLEVER (Claudication: Exercise Versus Endoluminal Revascularation) study funded by the NIH, has learned that the grant will be extended for 1.5 years. Dr. Lewis is co-investigator on the grant with Timothy P. Murphy, M.D., of Brown Medication Center.
The CLEVER study is a multicenter randomized clinical trial that tests the hypothesis that stent placement results in improved exercise treadmill test performance compared with supervised exercise rehabilitation for people with claudication due to aortoiliac insufficiency.
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