Jorge Moll is a preeminent practitioner in the medical field. He is committed to change the lives of the people through medical research. He currently the president and a board member of D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR). He is also the head of Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit which happens to be one of the best diagnostics and imaging laboratory. Moll resides at Rio De Janeiro. He compassionate about family things and he enjoys being a dad.
In an interview, Jorge explains how the idea to establish IDOR came along. He says that it was out of the passion for delivering quality healthcare which could only be achieved through intensive education and research work. Jorge spends much of his day giving lectures to students and interacting scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs from diverse sectors of the economy. He believes that through interactions and meetings one can enrich his/her ideas. It also provides an opportunity for collaboration to come up with something great. Moll is an idealist; however, he feels only workable ideas are worth pursuing. Besides, his is optimistic that ideas that allow for collaboration are the best.
He acknowledges that his excited about the rising trends in concepts such as artificial intelligence, cognitive systems and the advancements in regenerative medicine and gene therapy. Moll states that transparency and experience have been vital pillars in the success of his business. It is essential that one should resist from overthinking ideas; just let them follow naturally. He agrees to disagree that recent publications and career pathways in the industry are the primary inhibitors of scientific innovation. It is out of doubt oneself that you can question and find new ways to solve various problems. Al through Moll has been committed to positively impacting people lives.
Jorge is an alumnus of both Federal University of Rio De Janeiro and São Paulo University where he earned an MD in Neuroscience and a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology respectively. Throughout his career, the saying Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication has been his inspiration. He recommends the book by Philip Dick “The Exegesis.”