Jason Hope is a philanthropist, investor, and a successful entrepreneur who is destined to help the SENS Foundation discover the secrets of aging. Born in Tempe, Arizona, Jason attended Arizona State University, where he received a degree in finance. Next, he would receive an MBA from ASU W.P. Carey’s School of Business. Technology is the key to the future and no one knows it better than Jason Hope. With his interest in the internet of things or (#loT) and biotechnology, it is little surprise that his focus as a philanthropist would lead him to the SENS Foundation and its biotech anti-aging research.The SENS Foundation or ( Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence research foundation) was created in March of 2009 by several key founders, including a biomedical gerontologist by the name of Aubrey de Grey, whom delivery a TED Talk speech where he notably stated that the first humans to live to see 1,000 years old is here already.
Jason Hope in 2010 contributed a half million dollars to this foundation, predicting that the end of aging will be found. With his contribution to The SENS Foundation, this help to fund the construction of their new Cambridge laboratory and thus helping to further their research into the aging process.Jason believes investing in anti-aging research is key to living a “longer and better quality of life.” That is why he devotes not only his money to backing research at the SENS Foundation but also speaking out about the research done there.
Jason has stated, “it has the power to completely redefine the healthcare, pharmaceutical and biotech industries.” With his strong support and voice, this visionary entrepreneur is hoping to help shape the future for every single person on earth.Entrepreneur, Jason Hope predicts that the end of aging is here. Passionate about research, Jason has thrown his support behind many companies. However, at the SENS Foundation, they focus on finding cures that break down the body, causing aging faster and stopping diseases before they set in. A disease like Alzheimer that can affect all functions of the body. Jason believes that supporting scientific research and innovation, more walls will be broken down and a longer, better quality future can be created for everyone.
— Jason Hope (@JasonHope) July 11, 2016