Dr. Jorge Moll is the president of D’Or Institute of Research and Education located in Rio de Janeiro. He is a doctor that earned his medical degree from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in 1994 and then completed his residency in 1998 focused on neurology. Jorge Moll is not the type to do anything lightly. He also issued even greater levels of education. Going onto receive a doctorate in experimental pathophysiology in the year 2004. His work at IDOR, another name for D’Or Institute of Research and Education, is not limited to president. He is also one the schools board members and an active senior researcher. He is a man who had accomplished a ton and gets his inspiration from interesting places.
What truly inspires Dr. Moll is possibility. He sees the possible future and looks excitedly toward its grand reveal. A future full of technological advancements that truly put one in a sense of awe. He is interested specifically in the interactions the human brain will have when artificial intelligence can work more closely together to yield an advanced and effective healthcare system. Being a researcher Moll constantly thinks of new ideas and concepts he wants to focus on. However, in a recent interview he mentioned how disregarding many thoughts and ideas he had would be advice he would give his younger self.
He believes to form good habits is a good habit in itself. That being an entrepreneur is an important avenue to developing questions and answers those questions. The more answered questions we have the more solutions presented to the world.
Moll believes for science to truly make an impact it has to be disruptive science. Pushing people out of their comfort zone into uncharted territory. Something like the meshing of the human brain with A.I. to improve its cognitive systems. He would gloat give away a good business idea to anyone willing to run with it.
Moll is also a family man discussing the benefits of taking a portion of his earnings to bless his kids with toys and Netflix. Neuroscientist Dr. Moll will continue to lead the way in our world of research and education.