For Jason Hope, contributing to the cause to eventually end chronic illnesses and disease like Alzheimers Disease and Diabetes is a noble one. Indeed, Mr. Hope believes strongly in SENS and Dr. Aubrey de Gray. Aubrey de Grey was the co-founder of the SENS.
In addition to giving grant money to young entrepreneurs in high school, Mr. Hope has supported Dr. Aubrey De Grey financially by contributing to De Grey’s philanthropic ventures. SNES, which is the non-profit organization that Dr. Aubrey De Grey helped co-found is called Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescience Research Foundation (SNES). Find out more about Jason Hope on Arizona Capitol Times.
SNES is a non-profit organization that focuses on regenerative medicine and cutting-edge research in the hopes of ending may chronic diseases. In 2009, SENS was founded by Kevin Perrott, Sarah Marr, Michael Kope, Aubrey de Grey, and Jeff Hall. In late 2010, Jason Hope donated a half a million dollars to SENS. Because of Jason Hope’s sizeable financial gift, SNES was able to expand its research facilities by creating a laboratory for medical research at Cambridge University.
Mr. Hope is a philanthropist and a serial entrepreneur, and a marketing expert who wants to contribute to SENS’s mission to cure many chronic diseases and to one day stop human aging.
SENS promotes a concept — one that is considered very revolutionary — that is called the “SENS approach.” This unique approach involves a methodology where repairing the living cells of a human body will ultimately prevent the effects of aging. SENS’s research targets the leading causes of disease by focusing on the cellular level and the mitochondrial DNA.
Regarding Mr. Hope’s educational background, he received an undergraduate degree from Arizona State University in Finance. Besides his bachelor’s degree, Jason Hope also earned his MBA at Arizona State University. Jason Hope noted that he built his wealth with Internet-based firms that he was able to hatch and earn millions.
On Hope’s website, there is a section for high school seniors and college students to submit their idea for Jason Hope to look at. Hope chooses the submissions. Students can earn from $500 to $5,000 for their idea. Learn more: https://www.wingsjournal.com/jason-hope-airlines-internet-of-things