Born in Temple, Arizona, Jason Hope is an entrepreneur, futurist, investor, and a philanthropist. He pursued finance studied at Arizona State University where and obtained his MBA from Carey School of the same University. He enrolled in business and made a name for himself after a short period. Currently, Jason is one of the most sought-after business advisers, but he moved from Temple to Scottsdale, Arizona.
Although he specializes in scientific research, he spends most his free time in community-based activities. One of the philanthropic activities that Jason Hope is involved in is the funding of SENS, Strategies for Engineered Negligence Senescence. SENS is a non- profit body that was started to give support to scientists, researchers, philanthropists, and private individuals. One of its agenda is to address the issue of the causes of aging disease, especially cellular and molecular damage. Additionally, SENS is improving regenerative therapies in Parkinson’s and cancer diseases as well as building a biotechnology industry.
Jason Hope assisted SENS with half a billion dollars in 2010 to put up a Cambridge SENS laboratory. The fund targeted at facilitating research programs for breaking down glycation products in human body tissues. Supporting his move of supporting SENS, Jason pointed out he admired their approach of the aging problem. Jason Hope added that SENS worked hard in finding cures of the disease that cause accelerated aging by breaking down the down the body tissues. Jason noted that heart, lung, and Alzheimer diseases are dangerous because they make the whole body to malfunction. He also said that the aim is to help cure the diseases in their early stages contrary to the case of traditional medicines that only treat the diseases at the onset of the symptoms.
Through his advice on technology helps those in the modern business and those who want the technology for future use. Jason Hope admits that he goes through his website to look for the people with the best idea before granting them the $ 500. He decided to support people with grants because he learned that many young people are talented but lack the funds to start up something.
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