How does the name ORTOGEN.COM sounds to you?
In my mind it is a combination of orthopedics and genes, but even if others wouldn't see this connection, I wouldn't mind it. I just want to make sure that it doesn't have any hidden negative associations in it. What do you think? How would an average American interpret the name ORTOGEN? Does it sound like a good biotech company?
Current choices are. Some of them may hint to a couple more features of the technology: use of near infrared light (NIR), optics and DNA primers. Also, real cure is the goal.
So far my best idea for the non-profit is
For The Future Cure Foundation. Logically, it would focus on future medical technologies.
How does it sound?
P.S. Thanks to all commenters. Here are couple more ideas for the non-profit foundation.
14A. Institute for photonic, acoustic and genetic medicine (ipagm.org)
11. Institute for optical, acoustic and genetic medicine (oagm.org)
12, Institute for physico-genetic medicine (physgenmed.org)
13. Or same abbreviated as (phygenmed.org), (in Russian phygenmed sounds weird, but it is irrelevant.)