Jason Hope is a businessman, philanthropist, entrepreneur, and an avid proponent of the anti-aging fight. He’s put his support behind the SENS Foundation, an organization dedicated to finding cures to the illnesses and diseases that break down the body and make it age. The institute looks to prevent diseases like Alzheimer’s and heart and lung disease before they happen. In this way, they can proactively fight these illnesses before they have a chance to occur in the human body. By lending a hand to scientific research through his support, Jason Hope is paving the way for a new way of thinking about disease, our bodies, and medicine.
The SENS Research Foundation focuses on how aging occurs, and the cellular breakdowns that occur over the years due to damage. The functions of the human body and its tissues deteriorate over time, and illness results after decades of unrepaired damage. By figuring out how this contributes to disease, it will be possible to ward off problems before they actually occur. In the future, medicine will no longer have to be reactive after the problems arise. Jason Hope (@jasonhope) believes in SENS mission to both prevent disease and reverse bad health due to aging. In the future, with proper treatment, frailty in old age can be greatly reduced and possibly even eradicated. Individuals interested in supporting research for regenerative medicine related to aging can learn more here.
It is essential for competitive organizations to understand how interconnected devices and the internet will develop and change over the next few decades. This crucial information is something that a futurist such as Jason Hope studies and embraces, figuring out how his clients can take advantage of upcoming trends. His technological insights allow his clients to understand how changes will affect future business and society at large.
Jason Hope was born in Arizona and attended Arizona State University where he earned a degree in Finance. His MBA is from ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business. In addition to his philanthropic pursuits, Jason fosters new talent by offering grants to both high school and college students interested in getting technology-related ideas off the ground. Ideas for possible grant funding may be submitted on Jason Hope’s website.