OTRADI Website Gets a New Look

//OTRADI Website Gets a New Look

OTRADI Website Gets a New Look

By | 2013-10-21T22:07:01+00:00 October 21st, 2013|

Welcome to OTRADI’s new website, designed with a fresher look and updated with the latest information about our organization. It was time for a change, and one in particular that represented OTRADI’s growth and evolution over the last couple years.

We’ve chosen to launch the new website this month to coincide with the OTRADI Bioscience Incubator’s (OBI) six-month anniversary. Launching the state’s first and only bioscience-specific accelerator was the impetus needed to get our website up to date.

We’re proud of what we’ve accomplished as an organization (with the help of many!), and we want to share more of these exciting moments with you. Now, from our new website you can stay up to date on OTRADI, OBI and its client companies.

Some of the new website’s features include:


On the OTRADI calendar page, you can stay up to date on what we’re up to, including our presence at local and national conferences, OBI tour and networking event dates, and staff presentations and speeches. From here, OBI client companies can also submit events to be featured on the calendar.

News & Updates Subscription

Throughout the website, you have opportunities to sign up for more information and to receive news and updates from OTRADI. When we distribute a news release, make an announcement or publish a new blog post, you’ll be among the first to know when you sign up.


On the OTRADI newsroom page, you can find our latest announcements and news coverage. You can share, download and print any of our news releases from this section of the website as well.


On the OTRADI blog, readers will get an inside look at the bioscience industry from the perspectives of scientists, entrepreneurs and other thought leaders from the health and sciences community.

And, still to come is the Entrepreneurship section of the website, which will feature information about OTRADI’s Bio Mentoring and Entrepreneurship programs.

There’s plenty more where that came from, so I encourage you to take a look, check back often and let us know what you think!

By Jennifer Fox, Executive Director, OTRADI