Jorge Moll an innovative thinker and Medical Professional

Jorge Moll is a giving individual who is making a difference in the lives of the people of Brazil. Jorge Moll wanted to help people with difficult medical issues and give them a quality of life. He was always interested in image scanning machines of the brain. The one which he believes to be very instrumental in doing further understanding of the brain is the FMRI machine.

Jorge Moll obtained his degree in Neuroscience from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where he also completed his residency. He went on to obtain his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from the São Paulo University. Jorge Moll is a neuroscientist and founder and president of D’Or Institute and Education or IDOR. Dr. Jorge Moll is also the Director of the Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit or CBNU. Dr. Jorge Moll also Directs a diagnostic and imaging laboratory called Neuroinformatics Workgroup.

Jorge Moll’s believes that productivity is achieved by surrounding oneself with a variety of knowledge base people. Dr. Jorge Moll practices this in his own life on a day to day basis. He has meetings with staff, students, teachers and researchers on a variety of topics. He says that most productivity is achieved when people can freely express their opinion and ideas and are willing to come together to bring ideas to life. Jorge Moll knows how to bring ideas to life. He chooses those ideas that can be put into an action plan quickly.

Jorge Moll has a different business strategy. He believes a person’s passion to work on interesting projects help to propel to see how they can positively impact the industry and human lives. Even though, Jorge Moll is running a research institute and a non-profit company he believes that it is best to learn from one’s failures as well as your success. It’s not the success that teaches you but your failures. The best-recommended habit that Jorge Moll can give is that it’s not important to do things the same way over and over again but to keep reevaluating your model and approach.

 

 

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