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New ORI Website Launched

ORI started the new year by launching the new website to better serve the research community.  The new site replaces the old ORI site which was originally designed over 10 years ago. The completely revamped site is Section 508 compliant , user-friendly, and allows visitor to get to almost all content within one or two clicks. The new website is built on Drupal, the same open-source Content Management System (CMS) used by WhiteHouse.gov and many other popular sites.

ORI would like to give a special thanks to the follow people for helping us layout the content that is most meaningful to our target audience in the research community:

  • Lisa Tedesco, Emory University
  • James Dubois, St. Louis Univerisity
  • Michael Kalichman, UC San Diego
  • Daniel Denecke, Council of Graduate Schools
  • Joe Giffels, University of Maryland Baltimore
  • Sheila Garrity, Johns Hopkins University
  • Sheila Zimmet, Georgetown University
  • Karen Klomparen, Michigan State University
  • Jeff Engler, University of Alabama Birmingham

 

 

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This is a greatly improved site. Good Job ORI.

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Congrats with the new site, I like it!

Cardiopathie hypertensive des maladies et le Viagra (France)

Le viagra, comme comme au contraire, baisse la pression.
Mais je donnerais la question semblable non sur le forum, ? au mdecin traitant. C'est pourquoi comme, la raction de l'organisme au viagra dpendra non seulement (? peut et non tant) de la maladie, et encore des mdicaments accepts de plus et l'tat total du systme cardio-vasculaire.

l'hypertension appliquer le viagra on peut, mais certes il faut suivre la pression, en aucun cas ne pas appliquer les prparations de telle sorte non seulement pendant les crises hypertoniques, mais aussi un certain temps aprs. Puisque la chute de pression rude peut amener l'hmorragie ou l'infarctus. Mesurez pour lui-mme ????????? avec la voie exprimente. Mesurez la pression avant l'application de la prparation et aprs. La diffrence ne doit pas tre critique.

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agree!

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2nd this :)

 

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