Jason hope is famous entrepreneur whose interest is in anti-aging research. He trusts that front-line techniques can bring immense changes in the prevention of some diseases like high blood pressure, osteoporosis, dementia, and diabetes. Jason Hope donated $500,000 to the Strategies for Negligible Senescence Research Foundation in2010. The donation was aimed at examining various techniques that could bring about enormous slow to the process that is associated with aging. The location of the organization is in Mountain View CA. The primary goal of the foundation is to strive and expand the availability of techniques that can help reduce the effects of aging, the devices responsible for repairing damaged cells, the association explores telomerase, compounds that mitigate oxidation, strategies that may decrease by-products that many cells store, as well as the links that connect cells. The founder of the foundation claims that human beings can live more than 1000 years.
One of the organization’s leaders in a public conference in 2010 designated that the money the Jason Hope donated would be used to achieve several new company initiatives. Hope and the founder of the foundation have been friends for some time, and their friendship is based on mutual interests. The two have always discussed approaches that can improve the health of mitochondria, reduce the atherosclerosis effects, and shrink the stress that is bought up by oxidation as well as the creation of compounds that correctly revitalize aging cells.
Lately, Jason Hope shared his views regarding that changes that are taking place at the ‘internet of things.’ Internet of things is a large company that connects devices and people. Hope is passionate about technology and advancing innovations. Jason Hope has his website which helps start-up organizations to receive financial support. Hope just released an e-book through Amazon where he clarifies more about the internet of things.
Jason Hope is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, investor and a futurist staying in Scottsdale, Arizona. He attained his bachelor’s degree in finance from Arizona State University. Jason Hoe later acquired is MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business’s college. Hope is zealous about giving back to his community including technology.
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