Skilled neurologist and researcher, Jorge Moll carried out his passion for developing incomparable research and healthcare in his home country of Brazil with the launch of the D’Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR).
Moll received his medical degree from the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He went on to receive his Ph.D. in Experimental Physiopathology from Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz da Universidade de Sao Paulo.
As the founder and current head of IDOR, as well as the Director of the Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit (CBNU), Moll is known for his attention to the intensifying trend of artificial intelligence (AI), cognitive systems and psychological and neurological methods and how they are formed by ethics and principles.
According to a story at, (https://interview.net/jorge-moll/), Moll spends his days sharing theories and group efforts in meetings that involve everyone from students and associates to researchers and entrepreneurs.
He mentioned how the most difficult part of bringing ideas to completion can be deciding on which to pursue and which not too. He prefers to select the ideas that can be easily adapted and put into a game plan.
As an entrepreneur, Moll recommended not to repeat things time and again. He acknowledged one of his strategies that led to the success of his business was his trust of doing interesting things and how they can transform realities and influence productiveness as well as lives.
He called attention to one inspirational plan he has for a business and how impressive it would be to set up a company that manages to make going into a hospital effortless, pleasing, undemanding and unforgettable.
Moll, who previously held position such as research fellow at the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, has been the recipient of the Research Fellow NIH Award and the Visiting Scholar Award, Stanford University. He was also an elected member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.
His interests range from how ethics and principles are formed to neural methods that manage human preferences.