Jason Hope is a famous entrepreneur from Scottsdale, Arizona who in the past showed an interest in anti-aging research. His career focuses on biotechnology, philanthropy, and investing in startups. Hope considers that t that cutting-edge techniques can prevent certain diseases, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, dementia, and osteoporosis. Back in 2010, he donated $500,000 to Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence Research Foundation, which focuses on examining techniques that can slow down the processes that are associated with aging. The organization is based in Mountain View, California and seeks to increase the availability of technology that might reduce the effects of aging.
During a conference in December of 2010, the leader of the organization noted that the donation made by Jason Hope will help them manage a number of new initiatives. The two developed a friendship based on their shared interests, and as a result discussed about strategies that could improve the health of the mitochondria, manage extracellular matrix, reduce the effects of atherosclerosis, decrease oxidative stress, and also develop compounds that can effectively rejuvenate the aging cells.
As a result of the donation made by Jason Hope, the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence Research Foundation examined techniques that can beneficial compounds to atrophied cells. Many reports indicated that the strategy may might increase the thickness of the tissue, improve energy, reduce the symptoms of arthritis, and decrease the risk of dementia.
Hope attended the Arizona State University, earning a degree in finance, and later on receiving an MBA degree from W.P. Carey School of Business. Jason Hope talked about the foundation and praised their work, endorsing their strategies to fight diseases such as Alzheimer’s and diabetes. He also predicted that SENS Research Foundation would help bring changes to the medical industry, which will lead to the complete redefining of the biotech, pharmaceutical, and healthcare industries altogether. He mentioned his appreciation for the fact that the foundation does not focus on treading individual conditions and diseases, but they focus on identifying and repairing the damage that aging causes to the human body before that damage can results in issues and diseases.