Science. Research. Joy.

Exciting new frontiers have been identified in the quest to enable individuals to improve their mental health and wellbeing. We initiate and fund neuroscience research and technology development to advance this important endeavor.

The Joy Grant

Joy Ventures aims to facilitate the creation of a joint, inter-disciplinary, collaborative ecosystem between academia and industry. The goal is to implement the latest advancements in neuroscience, technology and related fields for improving the everyday human experience and mental wellbeing by cultivating mental resilience, reducing mental vulnerability and allowing people to cope beneficially with difficulties and challenges of daily life. Joy’s long-term goal is to create solutions catering individuals directly, with no need for FDA clearance or medical guidance/supervision.

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Post Doc

Joy Ventures runs a unique post-doc program for highly applicative research projects. We are interested in different ways to effectively and safely stimulate the nervous system in non-invasive ways. The ultimate target of the stimulation would be the non-clinical, generally healthy, human population, with the aim of improving mood enhancement or emotion regulation. The program provides fellowship funding and industry-oriented mentoring sessions.


Neurowellness is at the center of an academic course offered now for the second year at the Hebrew University. The course, “Special topics in Neurowellness”, headed by Dr. Mor Nahum, hosts a variety of visiting lecturers and provides an overview of the most recent advances in the field. The course consists of units covering affect and emotion regulation, sleep, brain plasticity and applicative aspects.

Joy’s 2020 Academic Grantees

Meet the researchers innovating the future of wellbeing with groundbreaking scientific insights and novel technologies.

Meet our 2019 Grantees

We are excited and proud to present Joy’s 2019 Grantees! Get to know the 13 academic research projects at the cutting edge of neuro-wellness innovation.

Are you a researcher working on the next chapter in mental wellbeing?