Jason Hope is a man of many faces. To some he is known as a successful business man, to others he is known as a philanthropist and to others a skilled futurist. Jason Hope was born and raised in Tempe Arizona. He went to Arizona state university to study finance. He later graduated with an MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. After, finishing school, Jason managed to become successful in his through sheer hard work and discipline. His success in the business world saw him expand his territory to different countries.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) February 16, 2016
Though a successful business man, Jason Hope is not one to sit around and wait for things to happen on their own. He is often at the forefront of change. He inspires change and if not, he is not afraid to support anyone seeking to change the world and make it better. Recently, he has shown quite some interest in the change taking place in the field of medicine. A non-profit organization, SENS, has been trying to change the course of medicine by trying to come up with ways to prevent diseases that result in premature aging from ever happening instead of treating then after they have happened. Seeing the many ways this research will benefit the world, Jason has been in full support of their research.
Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence, SENS, is a non-profit organization supported by doctors, private individuals, researchers and philanthropists. SENS has held several conferences to discuss anti-aging as well as share ideas on the same from like-minded individuals. Its goal is to create a rejuvenation of biotechnology industry. SENS researches are believed to come up with cutting edge solutions to aging and age related diseases.
Jason says that what makes him support SENSE with a passion is their approach to anti-aging. He says that by coming up with ways to prevent diseases that break down the body causing it to age prematurely, they are able to come up with a solution to aging. This will give doctors a better chance at fighting premature aging instead of waiting for these diseases to happen then try to treat or contain them.
In support to the anti-aging research, Jason Hope donated 500,000 dollars in 2010 to SENS. With this gift, SENS was able to build and equip their SENS laboratory in Cambridge. He has also given numerous donations following this to ensure that the research on anti-aging runs smoothly in hope of making the world a better place.
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