Jason Hope and Anti Aging Research

Jason Hope is an entrepreneur who has been focusing a lot of research in the prevention of age related conditions and how to prevent them. Conditions such as Alzheimer’s and diabetes. As an Arizona-based entrepreneur on the internet, Mr. Jason Hope has been investing a lot of his own money into the initiatives which influence many anti-aging causes. Hope has placed a lot of his time and energy into the SENS Foundation. The SENS Foundation was formed in 2009, and has been fighting age-related diseases head on ever since. The SENS Foundation has been the inspiration for the rejuvenation of biotechnology since its inaugural year in 2009.

In 2010, Jason Hope became involved with the SENS Foundation, with his half a million dollar donation. With the funds Hope contributed, the foundation has been enabled to provide and establish its Cambridge SENS laboratory which has been able initiate many new research initiatives. Jason plans to donate another $1 million to further assist these initiatives.

Jason Hope holds great belief and faith in the SENS Foundation, which is why he donates so much of his own money to its causes. He beliefs that the use of biotechnology research is a way of preventing age related disease from occurring, which will result in a longer, higher quality, of live being lived as we age. The purpose behind the SENS Foundation is to find methods to repair the damage before is can become a deadly pathogen.

Hope isn’t by himself in this crusade against age related disease. There are several of the world’s wealthiest innovators who are also joining Hope in donating funds to anti-aging attempts. The co-founder of PayPal, Peter Thiel, has also donated $3.5 million to help fund the SENS Foundation in many of their pilot projects. Also, during the pas years he has donated several other large sums of cash to aid in the organization’s completion of projects.

Jason Hope was born in Tempe, Arizona and studied finance while attending Arizona State University. Later attending the W.P. Carey School of Business to earn his MBA. Hope has acquired for himself the character for being a prototype to all futurists, in which he holds clear a compassion for understanding as well as having a passion for technology. Jason Hope has a firm belief the the process of bring an idea to life should be done on a simplistic manner, that is is only a wasted time and effort to make the process a complex one.

Dr. Jennifer Walden Changes Bodies to Change Medicine

Dr. Jennifer Walden spent long hours and years perfecting her craft as a physician that specializes in cosmetic surgery. With 5 years of post-med and 1 to 2 years of the fellowship most surgeons undergo, Dr. Walden went to New York practice surgery.

After 8 years Dr. Walden moved back to her roots, Austin, Texas, to raise her new twin little boys. Being a woman and going through experiences like pregnancy and birth, Dr. Walden believes she has a strong empathetic connection to them. There are approximately 8,100 cosmetic surgeons in the United States, only 851 of them are women. With the field of cosmetic surgery being predominately male, she believes she can give a little more than some of her male colleagues. Of the percent of all cosmetic surgeries that are done, 91 percent of them are on women. Being someone who underwent cosmetic surgery herself she relates to her patients extremely well.

Dr. Walden believes a doctors job is to make patients happy and feel better mentally and physically. Cosmetic surgery does just that. It has a way of helping individuals who may have felt trapped inside their body to now have a new sense of confidence. Confidence and self-esteem are linked to overall health. Less stress in the mind reduces the presence of illness. She performs different types of surgeries such as liposuctions, breast augmentations, face-lifts, eyelid lifts, and rhinoplasties, Botox, and soft-tissue filler injections.

Currently residing in Austin, Texas the thought of this city is quite liberal. She has many patients looking to take their bodies to places they can freely enjoy. Dr. Walden recognizes these are extreme surgeries and will refuse a surgery if she believes it will not succeed. However, when possible she loves to help patients reach their best emotional and physical health.