The inborn aging process is the major risk factor for death as well as disease after around age 30 in most developed countries. It limits the life expectancy at birth to about 85 years. The future significant increases in the average life expectancy is a rough measure of a healthy, productive life-span such as the functional lifespan. Some theories have been formulated to account for the aging process. But, the real challenge lies in finding viable solutions to anti-aging with a focus on creating innovative ideas to attain the fairytale of eternal youth. Jason Hope is a dedicated futurist, and entrepreneur who has financed the researcher of anti-aging. He recently supported an organization to fund its anti-aging research.
Supporting SENS Foundation
Jason Hope donated more than a million dollars to SENS Foundation with the focus being reversing the aging process as well as reducing the human’s body vulnerability to age-related infections including cancer as well as Parkinson’s disease among others. If the research is successful, it will help to slow down the aging process by targeting the build-up of various metabolic wastes in the muscles since it’s the buildup that degenerates a person’s healthy cells thereby causing vulnerability.
The Dedicated Philanthropist
Jason Hope is also a dedicated philanthropist with vast experience in funding stretching the idea of possibilities in the community. He is an author and technologist with multiple startups under his leadership. He donates to various charitable organizations including Worldwide Orphans and Arizona Science. Hope has also donated to other not-for-profit organizations including Family Health International as well as the Andre Agassi Foundation.
Jason Hope’s Education Background
Hope is a serial investor in technology. He has unmatched ability to use various resources to predict the future. Recently, he encouraged his readers to subscribe to the Internet of Things (IoT). Hope is an alumnus of Arizona State University where he studied Bachelor of Science with a specialization in finance. He is also a holder of a master’s degree in business administration from the Carey School of Business. Moreover, he contributes to the development of the Arizona Science Center where he serves as the director.