The SENS Research Foundation is prominent for hosting the Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference annually. The assistant founder of the organization Aubrey de Grey is a scientist trained to research various forms of anti-aging treatment. Experts attend the event to learn more about emerging treatments and therapies of age-related diseases. Their ideas are central toward providing treatments that target the growth of cancer cells, Alzheimer’s disease, and cellular damage. Building the rejuvenation biotechnology sector and offering preventive strategies are priorities too. SENS Research exists as a private company that supports scientists, researchers, and healthcare practitioners. It also supports entrepreneurs seeking to venture in the development of treatment methods for patients. Jason Hope joined in the company’s efforts to come up with a viable solution for expanding anti aging research.
In 2010, Jason Hope donated one of his notable contribution of $500,000 to the SENS Research Foundation. The generous donation, as well as the contributions of other like-minded individuals, was used to construct the Cambridge SENS Laboratory. The organization also utilized some of its donations to start a new research program based on finding anti-aging treatment for age-related diseases. In one of his recent interviews, Jason Hope reiterates the fact that he was pleased to be part of the foundation’s funding venture, where he would spearhead the movement of finding the best treatment for diseases such as Alzheimer’s and lung disease. He added that SENS Research Foundation would offer therapies to patients who have such conditions since they affect the body and mind.
Toward that end, SENS Research Foundation has created a program called AGE-Breaker. For a treatment to fit the breaker standards, it has to be breakable through advanced glycation end products. Jason Hope is confident that the treatment method will enable elderly patients to access better treatment. About Jason Hope is a serial entrepreneur and a committed philanthropist. Born in Tempe, Arizona, he studied finance at the Arizona State University. He also went to the W.P. Carey Business School for an MBA. Today, he spends most of his time coming up with his viable strategies for business. He is admired by many youths who aspire to become entrepreneurs. Hope believes that commitment shapes a person’s career.