Jason Hope has made significant contributions to Anti Aging Research. His first contributions were directed towards the SENS foundation as early as 2010 in the amount of $500,000. The climate of talking about age-related diseases or aging as a medical condition has changed in the past ten years.
Doctors, researchers, and significant caregivers are more open to discussing aging or the stage of aging as a way of treating aging as a way to extend the life process. Otherwise known as Rejuvenation Systems or Technology are cropping up all over.
A typical search on Google under the keyword “Rejuvenation Technologies” shows over 23,000 results, while “Rejuvenation Biotechnologies” shows over 2900 results. The present interest in finding ways of extending life is an extension of an age-old desire of humanity to prolong life and seek the key to eternal life. Rejuvenation Technologies and Research are finding ways in which to capitalize on the potential to extend life’s last years to make them more healthy and meaningful by using scientific data to improve the quality of life.
Jason Hope was one of the first donors towards Rejuvenation Research. In less than a decade many forms of rejuvenation technologies are starting to emerge: Gensight, Ichhor Therapeutics and Pentraxin Therapeutics. Each has contributed to the emerging growth of the sector of medical treatment called Rejuvenation Biotechnology.
Jason Hope has continued to provide generously, especially to SENS Research Foundation. HIs contributions have amounted to nearly 1 million US Dollars. With grants from Jason Hope, the SENS Research Foundation have funded a new research lab at Yale dedicated to research related to Rejuvenation Biotechnology.
Jason Hope was a software developer, and entrepreneur turned philanthropic and charitable giving. Jason Hope has been interested in finding technologies that show potential to impact the lives of others strongly. He has been much motivated and inspired by the entrepreneurship of Sir Richard Branson. He sees himself as a futurist who has a desire to see human beings be able to extend their lives and the aging process. Jason Hope earned a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree from Arizona State University.