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ORI Ranks 3rd in 100 Best!

The 100 Best Companies to Work for in Oregon list is out, and ORI is ranked 3rd best large company to work for in Oregon. Rankings are based on employee input on work environment, decision making,

Categories: Awards & Recognition

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ORI Scientist Funded

ORI scientist Erica M. Finstad, Ph.D., has just received funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to test a program to help parents engage their substance-abusing youth in treatment.

Categories: New Grant Award

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ORI Settles into New Eugene Offices

Dan Hoechlin wears a slight, constant smile while showing visitors his workplace. That’s understandable. Hoechlin and the 200 other employees at Oregon Research Institute in Eugene have happily

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

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Just Funded!

ORI scientist Tim Ozechowski, Ph.D., has just received funding from the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to analyze therapist-client interactions in adolescent substance abuse treatment groups.

Categories: New Grant Award

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Science Director Named

Carol W. Metzler, Ph.D., was hired in December, 2012 to the new position of Science Director at ORI. Metzler joined ORI in 1990 and has been an ORI scientist since 1993.

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Research Explores Depression Markers from Childhood to Adulthood

In a new article published in Clinical Psychological Science, ORI scientist Paul Rohde and colleagues present a unique longitudinal investigation of depression across four critical developmental

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We Moved!

We are now in our new home at 1776 Millrace Drive!

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Soda habit may alter brain response to Coke ads

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Teens who drink lots of Coca-Cola have a different brain response to ads featuring the beverage's iconic logo than their peers who aren't Coke drinkers, according to a new

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

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Oregon Research Institute Tai Chi Program helps Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Significant Tai Chi program results published in New England Journal of Medicine.

Categories: Press Releases

Type: Press Release

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Lane Community College names ORI the 2012 Outstanding Cooperative Education Employer of the Year

ORI was selected from among 800 organizations who provide co-op experiences for more than 2,000 students. Each year, the co-op division honors one business or organization that has provided

Categories: Awards & Recognition

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