JoJo Platt is a US Partnerships Lead at Joy Ventures, where she focuses on sourcing promising early-stage neuroscience companies and research in the United States.
With over 15 years in the field of neurotechnology, JoJo has built a unique and powerful network within the neurotech community. Her role in the launch of the field of bioelectronic medicine, the peer-reviewed journal of the same name, and the Feinstein Institute’s Center for Bioelectronic Medicine, has afforded her the opportunity to create meaningful relationships with researchers and business leaders at all levels in neuroscience and neurophysiology, molecular biology, engineering, data science, microfabrication, materials science, signal processing, imaging, and more. She has staffed multiple labs from postdocs to PIs. JoJo’s network is over 5,000 strong and includes engagement with some of the field’s most influential and respected leaders.
JoJo works with a variety of clients including academic and research institutions, start-ups, industry leaders, and venture firms to accelerate business and create opportunities. She travels the world to stay connected and up-to-date, and she serves on the organizing committees of some of the field’s most important conferences including the Cleveland NeuroDesign Entrepreneurs Workshop, IEEE’s Neural Engineering Conference and Brain Initiative, EMBC, Rice University’s InterfaceRice, the Feinstein Institutes’ Bioelectronic Medicine Summit, and Neurotech Leaders Forum and Bioelectronic Medicine Forum.