Neuroscientist Jorge Moll Follows Dream to Help and Heal
Brazilian Scientist Jorge Moll enjoys significant success in his field of study. Utilizing his background in medicine he founded and heads the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. He holds an MD in Neuroscience from the Federal University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from São Paulo University (https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/rede-d-or-sao-luiz).
As impressive as these credentials are, Jorge Moll longed for something more – helping people who suffer from conditions that leave them with a diminished quality of life.
“I have always had a dream and passion to cultivate world-class research, education, and healthcare in my home country”, explains Dr. Moll.
Despite his busy work schedule and numerous commitments, Jorge Moll makes time to speak with various groups including students, members of the local business community, and fellow scientists to share his ideas and build relationships that could result in beneficial collaborations. These connections assist Dr. Moll in his mission of helping as many people as possible.
Jorge Moll embraces a variety of scientific and business interests, including a fascination with artificial intelligence and the comingling of cognitive systems with machines.
Besides being a brilliant scientist, Jorge Moll is also considered a respected businessman, who considers transparency and openness vital ingredients that have led to his success.
When asked what advice he would share with young people, Dr. Moll replied, “Do not hold on to ideas and plans for too long. Either run with them or move on to the next one as quickly as possible.”
Being involved with an interesting variety of activities helps Dr. Moll to remain engaged and motivated in his quest to continually help find new methods of helping people raise their quality of life.
With a passion for life as a driving force, Dr. Moll shares his strong belief that, “we can change our realities and positively impact lives and industries, by simply doing interesting things.”