Jason Hope Donates $500,000 To Help Humanity With The Problem Of Disease And Aging

The yearly Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference that took place in Santa Clara during 2014 covered emerging regenerative medicine solutions for the diseases of aging. The Chief Science Officer of SENS Research Foundation, Aubrey de Grey, focused on covering the topic of drugs that are being engineered to turn back the clock in people’s lives. During the event many experts attended and covered a slew of topics centered around aging, cancer, Parkinson’s Disease, and cellular and molecular damage. These are topics that always concern the SENS foundation, which is a non-profit that was created through the donations of philanthropists and other interested parties.

Jason Hope, a successful entrepreneur that calls Arizona his home, has been one of the organization’s largest supporters. In fact, it was Mr. Hope that donated $500,000 to the SENS foundation in 2010. His donation allowed SENS to develop a cutting edge research program as well as to purchase equipment and a home for the Cambridge SENS laboratory. Hope was on-hand during the time of his donation to explain that the reason for his passionate support has to do with the fact that SENS is approaching anti-aging in a unique way. Instead of looking to treat certain diseases after a person already has it  and more

Jason Hope is known as a futurist, investor, entrepreneur and a philanthropist that cares deeply about humanity. He studied at Arizona State University where he earned a finance degree, and he went on to receive an MBA while attending the W.P. Carey School of Business. His knowledge, experience, and intuition in the field of technology has enabled him to look into the future, so to speak, and see what technological trends are ahead. He has been busily making people and businesses, who are wise enough to work with him, aware of the fact that the Internet of Things is the future of the world. As a philanthropist, he donates to organizations, like SENS, and also started up a scholarship for young entrepreneurs who seek to make their ideas into a reality.

Jason Hope has admitted that he is more productive as entrepreneur due to the fact that he thinks about the long-term a lot. He believes that by looking at the larger picture, rather than obsessing over unnecessary details, a person can avoid the stress that can come from getting burned out. While many people are skeptical and don’t really believe it is possible, Mr. Hope feels strongly that drugs that make changes on a cellular level can be the answer for aging.