Ever wonder if there could be a stop to the aging process we go through? Ever wonder if Alzheimer or the various heart and lung diseases could be stopped before they even have the chance to begin? There is one man who has helped a team of researchers put in a lot of effort, countless hours and over $500,000 into anti-aging. His name, Jason Hope. Jason is a dedication Arizonian, currently residing in Scottsdale who has a strong passion for the future of technology and medicine. As an entrepreneur, a technology and medical futurist and philanthropist Jason Hope is worth a net of $50 million. He is an entrepreneur of Hope, like his last name, to help take a different approach to anti-aging. This time its not about looks but about how our body breaks down as we inevitably age. In 2010 Jason hope donated $500,000 to the SENS foundation to build the Cambridge SENS laboratory who’s main research is to break down glycation end products in human tissue to find cures to stopping diseases like Alzheimer’s and heart disease, that break down your body faster, before they even happen. Jason’s goal is not to only discover a way to live longer but to discover a better quality of life. For more information read about Jason Hope at theinternetofthings.eu
Aside from his biggest passion of anti-aging research Jason Hope’s first love and business came after he got his undergraduate degree in finance and then an MBA from ASU. Jason’s interests were mainly in the future of Mobile communication technology and it inspired him because the benefit would help as it would reach a large group of people. It was the biggest vessel for change in society today. The advancement in technology is limitless. In the beginning of Jason’s career he created Jawa which is a communications company that acted as the parent company for additional partnerships in the technology industry. Jason believes that the future of our society relies on thechnology and its advancements.
When Jason Hope isn’t puttin his time and effort into his various businesses or funding research, he runs a small, light hearted t-shirt company. His t’shirts have various sayings like “worlds okayest sister” and “t-Rex hates pushups” or “my imaginary friend thinks you have mental problems.” They can be purchased on amazon in various sizes and colors.