Jason Hope: Philanthropist in Anti-Aging


     Jason Hope lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is a shareholder, humanitarian, futurist, and entrepreneur. He has a bachelor’s degree in finance from Arizona State University and an MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business. Presently, Jason is concentrating on biotechnology, philanthropy, and startup investments. In a recent article from askreporter.com, Jason Hope suggests that rejuvenation biotechnologies could hold the answer to eternal youth.

Since 2010, Jason Hope has donated and given support to the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence or SENS Foundation. Since that time, he has totaled his investment to roughly $1 million to support their anti-aging research association. Dr. Aubrey Grey is the brains behind the SENS Foundation. Today, she is a highly influential voice in the anti-aging field. She believes there are already people of the age 1,000 among us.

To Jason, aging is the top risk factor for health problems such as heart disease, cancers, and Parkinson’s disease. Those with these diseases are much more vulnerable in life. Supporters of rejuvenation biotechnologies want to assist in preventative disease biomarkers, stopping deadly diseases before they ever take place.

Jason Hope invests in mostly social and scientific causes. Currently, he is also investing in AGE-Breakers. AGEs build on our muscle tissue and skin as we age and lowers the skins elasticity. AGE-Breakers remove the glycation end-products from skin cells. Since glucosepane creates AGEs that cause the aging skin, scientists for the SENS Foundation are making efforts to remove it.

Jason Hope’s investment in SENS Foundation has a good reason. He knows their work is important in human medicine advancement. Soon, it could change biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and healthcare businesses. He isn’t alone in his investments. Many of the nation’s wealthiest people are putting their money towards anti-aging.

On Engadget.com, Jason spoke about being a big believer in the Internet of Things. He wrote about this idea on Tech.co. He believes it could be a huge development in technology businesses. Everyday electronics including cars, lights, and appliances could all sync and connect with one another. For future capitalists, Jason Hope offers huge insights in technology of future advancements.

 



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