ORI receives funding to develop web-based version of evidence-based tool for improving social & academic outcomes for children.
ORI 2015 Financial Statement
Children with attention problems in early childhood were 40 percent less likely to graduate from high school, new Duke study finds.
Jeff Gau, M.S., a senior data analyst, began work at ORI in 1993 as a research programmer for the Depression Research Group, working primarily on research projects associated with the longitudinal Oregon Adolescent Depression Project (OADP). A Co-Investigator on a recently funded grant from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Jeff has extensive experience in the analysis of prospective data in the context of epidemiological studies, quasi-experimental designs, randomized clinical trials, and group randomized clinical trials. Most recently, Jeff has expanded his analytic skills to include program evaluation with local and state agencies.