The SENS Research Foundation is a nonprofit that is looking to prevent age-related diseases and help people lead longer, healthier lives. It was co-founded by Aubrey de Grey who is the chief science officer. It is headquartered in Mountain View, California, and was established in 2009. Their goal is to use develop regenerative medicine methods that will repair the damage that results in many age-related diseases. Jason Hope of Scottsdale, Arizona, was one of the earliest supporters of the SENS Foundation. He wrote them a check for $500,000 in 2010. The money was used to build and equip a new laboratory in Cambridge and to start a research project.
When talking about his donation he said that he wanted to advance their cause of helping people around the world. He says that traditional medicine just treats diseases after a patient has developed them. The Sens Research Foundation, on the other hand, is all about stopping these diseases before they occur.It is in the tech sector that Jason Hope earns his money. He went to college at the Arizona State University. He graduated with a bachelor of science degree in finance. After this he attended this university’s W.P. Carey School of Business in order to acquire an MBA. His professional career started in January 2004 when he founded his own company that was in the mobile technology area. Today he invests in other companies in this industry that he sees as having a disruptive technology and business plans.
Jason Hope often thinks about the future of technology and says he is a futurist. He writes articles that have appeared in many publications about what he sees coming down the pick in the not so distant future. His current focus is on the Internet of Things which he has written will be the biggest technologic advancement the world has yet to witness, dwarfing even things like the creation of the internet.If he could tell his younger self anything Jason Hope has said that it would to not so far into the weeds. Instead he says he would tell himself that you’ve got to look at the greater picture and not the littlest details. He says he burned himself out on a number of promising projects because he would start to obsess over things that were really meaningless details in the grander scheme of things.