A famous phrase or bit of wisdom is the saying, “the only sure things in life are death and taxes.” The SENS Research Foundation aims to make this saying obsolete. However, the effort required will be monumental. The mainstream medical community takes death as a given. It does not view death or even aging itself as diseases to be treated, but as inevitable. Therefore, the vast majority of medical research is directed at discovering more about the processes behind official diseases such as cancer, heart and vascular problems, high blood pressure and so on. This is valuable. And certainly if all these diseases could be controlled or cured, people would live much longer lives. However, that is not enough. SENS wants to get to the very basis for why people die in the first place, and stop it.
Because the SENS Research Foundation is a nonprofit organization, it depends on contributions. One of the founders, Aubrey de Grey, has contributed his fortune. The famous Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel has donated a large amount. And so has the futurist and philanthropist Jason Hope, a businessman, entrepreneur and philanthropist living in Scottsdale, Arizona. Hope began supporting SENS with an awesome donation of $500,000 in December 2010. Hope first announced this at Breakthrough Philanthropy, an event at the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. Hope spoke of the great work of the SENS Foundation, and how he wanted to support its efforts to extend human lifespan, to give back to humanity for the financial success he has experienced in his life.
The CEO of SENS in turn said Hope’s donation would allow SENS to go after a difficult problem caused by aging: advanced glycation end-products (AGE). AGEs occur when proteins bond. AGEs cause brown age spots in the elderly and and causes their skin to be stiff. More importantly, AGEs in the lining of our arteries makes blood vessels hard, less flexible. This results in high blood pressure. AGEs make people stiffer, so their bodies do not function optimally. It’s no coincidence that older adults seem “stiff” in many ways. It’s an intrinsic part of the aging process, and Hope’s contribution is working to find a solution. A drug to reduce or prevent AGEs would also help against diabetes and blindness.
Jason Hope graduated with a degree in finance and an MBA from Arizona State University. He launched a successful business in mobile communications.
Jason Hope’s Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/jason.r.hope
PRNewswire recently published an article about CEO and Founder of Talk Fusion, Bob Reina, publishing 2 new articles this week on Huffpost. Based in Florida, Talk Fusion is a company that is involved with video marketing. Bob Reina published the articles amidst the night and day rebranding of Huffpost which is a news provider. The 1st article of the week by Bob Reina was titled Promoting with Purpose and How to Understand Your Audience. The article went live a day prior the renaming of The Huffington Post to Huffpost on 24th, April, 2017. The newest article by Bob Reina was titled How to thrive in a Society of Quitters. Learn more: https://www.youtube.com/user/TalkFusionOfficial
After changing its name as well as adding a spin to its mission, the Huffpost hopes to tell stories of individuals who are missing on the conversation. This was according to a letter written by Lydia Polgreen who is the Editor in Chief of Huffpost. The initiatives of Huffpost resonate with the mission of Bob Reina as a contributor as well as the company figurehead of Talk Fusion (https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/talk-fusion). Bob Reina stated that he is a strong believer in the innovation of art and that the growth of a brand is never complete. A philanthropist and a leader, Bob Reina aims at setting up individuals to succeed regardless of their location in the world or even their backstory.
Reina started contributing to the Huffpost in August 2016. He has a diverse contributor platform which highlights lifestyle, entrepreneurship, video technology and marketing, skillful selling, self-development and many others. Bob Reina stated that he was happy to see that the trending platform is now focusing on issues that matter like fulfillment and culture. He added that he looks forward to share more of his insightful articles with the approximately 200 million readers of Huffpost and not only with the customers and associates of Talk Fusion. Learn more: https://www.bbb.org/west-florida/business-reviews/video-conferencing-services/talk-fusion-in-brandon-fl-90033972
Talk Fusion is a company that offers video marketing solutions that are all in one. The company is committed to assisting businesses in standing out from competition while increasing profits and sales. Talk Fusion was started in 2007 by Bob Reina who also serves as the company’s Chief Executive Officer.
Jason Hope is one of the most prominent members of the business community of Arizona. He has invested millions in technology start-ups over the years and is a member of the board of scores of companies he financed and mentored. Jason Hope is a multitalented personality, and apart from being a successful businessman and investor, he is also an author, philanthropist, and a self-proclaimed futurist. Jason Hope often writes and speaks about future of technology, and in recent times, has been discussing the internet of things technology a lot.
The internet of things technology is what would connect different devices and electrical appliances so that they can work together in pre-programmed manner. The users would be able to control it manually or remotely. It is a very flexible technology that would offload a lot of responsibilities of the human beings in their personal lives, and in their professional lives as well. It is a technology that would make it easier for the companies and industries as a whole to reduce waste and increase efficiency at work. The resource management would become more efficient with the help of Internet of Things technology. Jason Hope believes that the Internet of Things technology would be able to replace all other consumer technology we use today, as IoT is much more useful and cost-effective as well.
Jason Hope says that the aviation industry has already started using the Internet of Things technology, and is a positive sign. The internet of things technology has helped the airline companies to know where the fault is with their airlines. The technicians can pin point where the damage in the engine has occurred and can get to fixing it right away, without having to do protocol checks for hours. Jason Hope philanthropist and contributes to the local charities based in Arizona. One of the research foundation with which Jason Hope is associated is SENS Research Foundation. It is an organization that does extensive research on mortality and anti-aging and has made tremendous progress due to the generous funding provided by Jason Hope.
About Jason Hope: www.sens.org/outreach/press-releases/jason-hope-pledges-500000