The Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference is a yearly event sponsored by the non-profit organization SENS Research Foundation. The aim of these conferences is for the attendees to network, share ideas and increase their knowledge of preventative negative aging drugs. Among those in attendance are scientist, industry experts, and special guest speakers,
The SENS Research Foundation typically focus on:
*Cellular & Molecular deterioration
Jason hope has been an avid contributor and supporter of the SENS Research Foundation for many years now. He has even donated a half a million dollar to the study of anti-aging via the SENS Research Foundation in 2010.
Jason’s financial contribution was led to the erection of the Cambridge Sens Laboratory. A cutting-edge facility used to further SENS medicinal and scientific aims. Jason Hope explained that he donated such a large amount of money because the typical human is dying younger than need be. The study of illnesses that affect the body and lead to premature aging
They have formulated AGE-breaker program. AGE is a specific form of metabolic waste that accumulates over time and causes damage that results in deterioration of the body. Drugs utilized under AGE-breaker standards need to fit a rigid criterion one which is the ability to unfurl advanced glycation.
As we get older our body naturally ages, but the foods we ingest and the way we take care of our body has a lot to do with age-related diseases like Alzheimers and Parkinsons among others. Jason Hope has the vision and capital to make an impact. His actions have motivated many to get involved. Although the past 20 years have been disappointing in producing the desired results recent research has led to optimism as they have moved from animal testing to a more exact human testing procedure. Currently, researchers are striving to find the treatments, methods, and medicine for treating AGEs and degenerative diseases.
Who is Jason Hope?
Jason Hope was born in Temple, Arizona. He went on to attend and acquire his bachelor’s in finance from Arizona State University. He furthered his education and earned his MBA from W.P. Carey School of Business. He has garnered various awards, accolades, and recognition for his business prowess. All of this has made him a student favorite. He mentors a various student body from green students to veteran business minds. You can say he’s a techie, investor and/or entrepreneur, but at heart, Mr. Hope is a philanthropist putting his money where his heart is. He currently accepts ideas through his website where he picks those closest to his heart.