Jason Hope is an entrepreneur and a philanthropist who has been involved in the research into anti-aging. He is a supporter of rejuvenation biotechnologies which promises that it will someday be able to find a cure for aging and make the human race capable of eternal youth.
Jason Hope started working with the SENS Foundation in the year 2010. The foundation is working towards a way to mimic the genetic trait that means the tortoise does not show aging.
His support for the foundation is not just because they aim towards living forever it is also because they are working towards improving quality of life. The research that the SENS Foundation is conducting will help in preventing conditions such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Cancer as well as heart disease. Although these illnesses may be found in a small number of young people they are called age-related because the older one is the higher the chances of getting them.
In 2010 Jason Hope made a $500, 000 donation to the foundation and the money was used in research to find a way to prevent bonding in arterial cell proteins and this will mean that high blood pressure is prevented. Among rejuvenate biotech Supporters, the hope is that it will be possible for the focus in the medical field to shift towards to more preventative methods. SENS Foundation was founded by Aubrey de Grey with the hope that they can develop anti-aging treatments that better the quality of human life.
He has been working with Jason Hope who hopes that the foundation can find a way to treat illnesses like Parkinson’s disease. Jason Hope believes he is the right person to work as he is personally invested in the company to the tune of $10 million. He has also written an ebook on the Internet of Things in which he shows the effect of IoT on the world.
Jason Hope attended Arizona State University where he received his bachelor’s degree in finance and masters degree in Business. He has been an entrepreneur since 2004 and has worked on various technology-based industries.
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