Jason Hope is an avid futurist, entrepreneur, mentor, and a genuine altruist. Jason is one of the largest donors of the rejuvenation medicine institute, SENS. SANS or Strategies for Engineering Negligible Senescence has conducted extensive anti-aging related research over the decades. The institute researcher’s study’s organisms and species that exhibit the longevity trait, for instance, hydra and tortoises. The answers to the age-old issue of immortality lie hidden in the cells and DNAs of these creatures.
The problem with aging is that it usually compromises our immune system responses. The older one gets, the more vulnerable to a myriad of adverse medical conditions that will most probably end up taking their lives. SENs prefers to develop drugs that will deter the onset and eventual progression of all aging-related diseases as opposed to finding cures once the conditions become manifest.
Advanced Glycation Products (AGEs)
Thanks to the benevolent contributions by Jason Hope and others, the scientists at SENs laboratories has developed the AGE-breakers treatments. AGE-breakers treatments are designed to target and kill all traces of the harmful advanced glycation end products (AGEs). Studies show that if the AGEs are left to accumulate as the cell ages, they eventually cause the skin and the blood vessels to lose their elasticity and strength.
After spending countless research hours and several millions of dollars, scientists at the SENS Foundation have finally found a possible clue to figuring out the immortality quagmire. Researchers believe that by eliminating the chemical substance, glucosepane, aging will be solved, once and for all.
Jason Hope isn’t the only famous contributor at SENS Foundation. Jason’s joined by the Peter Thiel who’s the co-founder of the online merchant behemoth company, PayPal. Thiel’s 2006 donations of $3.5 million got the rejuvenation medicine research institute off to an excellent start. The rejuvenation biotechnology industry has also attracted the Google brothers. Larry Page and Sergey Brin ventured into the anti-aging treatments realm in 2013. The innovative duo doled out a $100M to start a biotech firm called Calico.
Jason Hope’s Bio
These entrepreneurs have many things in common asides being filthy rich. Philanthropy and an almost instinctual drive to better the condition of humanity are some of the aspects that unite these philanthropists. Be sure to check out Jason Hope’s official webpage and learn all about his charitable activities, career and his wisdom on how to invest like the big boys! For more info about us: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SENS_Research_Foundation click here.
Jason resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his family. Hope holds a finance degree attained at the prestigious Arizona State Uni. Later, Jason joined W.P Carey School of Business to pursue an Executive MBA.