Jason Hope is an Entrepreneur and Philanthropist who graduated from Arizona State University with an MBA from the W.P. Carey School of Business. A native of Arizona, Hope grew up in Tempe, AZ. Jason Hope currently operates a Business Consulting firm and can be found at www.jasonhope.com and other business ventures. Jason Hope Tees, from a t-shirt company owned by Jason Hope, can be found at www.jasonhopetees.com.
Also, a futurist, Hope researches and writes regularly on the website “Internet of Things.”
As a philanthropist, Hope contributes largely to the SENS Research Foundation which stands for Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence. The foundation provides monies and equipment for the research of aging and anti-aging. Fundamentally, the aging process is due to the ability of the cells in the body to replace their selves. Cells have the ability to reproduce new cells and cellular properties that enable them to replenish the DNA necessary to prolong the aging process. The foundation does studies in cell damage, what causes it, and how it relates to activity within the human body. Research has found that there are 7 areas of cell damage that could occur and the phenomena that cause these occurrences. These are: cell loss and cell atrophy, which goes into the study of cell tissues and stem cell research, nuclear mutations or WILT which is an acronym for Whole-Body Interdiction of Lengthening of Telomeres, Mitochondrial Mutations, the allotopic expressions of 13 proteins, death-resistant cells and targeted removal, extracellular crosslinks, age breaking molecules and tissue engineering, extracellular aggregates, stimulating the immune system to clear out the aggregates, intracellular aggregates, equipping the lysosomes with enzymes capable of degrading the aggregates.
In other areas of philanthropy, Hope offers grants to the burgeoning young thinkers who have innovative ideas in the field of technology that could provide advances in that area.
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