The rush to discover medical advances in rejuvenative biotechnology continues unabated. Every single year the SENS research foundation hosts the rejuvenation biotechnology conference. At this conference chief science, officer Aubrey De Gray helps to remind people who are attending the conference of the importance of each individual’s contributions in an effort to help develop new drugs that counteract the effects of aging. Experts attend the conference in order to learn and share knowledge about diseases that affect human lifespan. Diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and molecular damage.
The industry that has been developed around biotechnology focused on preventing aging in the human organism is extensive. The SENS Foundation is a nonprofit organization that is supported by private contributions from scientists and researchers around the world. One prominent entrepreneur and philanthropist has single-handedly helped to push forward antiaging science. He is known as Jason Hope. Jason Hope is a vocal proponent of antiaging research.
In the year 2010 alone Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the SENS Foundation. Using this generous contribution, the SENS Foundation was able to create a new laboratory at Cambridge. At this new laboratory, organization was able to fund a new research program. In this research program, Jason Hope was pleased to announce that he was able to support the development of new initiatives that help fight aging. Instead of taking the traditional approach that medicine takes by only treating the symptoms of aging the SENS Foundation is taking a holistic approach and is trying to prevent the aging process altogether. Scottsdale Philanthropist Jason Hope Helps Pioneering Nonprofit Fight Aging
Using advanced technology they have targeted advanced glycation end products is one of the chief mechanisms that cause cellular aging. The organization is currently developing medications that target these advanced glycation end products and hopes to eliminate them from the cellular matrix. By eliminating these waste products, the cellular matrix will be able to resist the effects of aging and no longer will experience age-related diseases. Jason Hope Pledges $500,000
Jason Hope is a native to Arizona, and he originally went to Arizona State University where he received a bachelor’s degree in finance. After receiving his bachelor’s degree in finance, he went on to earn his MBA and began to build himself an international reputation and business. He now spends the majority of his time overseeing various research products and philanthropic endeavors. He has donated generously to various research causes with a particular interest in anti-aging research. He is also interested in automation and smart technology.