Jorge Moll is one of the most known neuroscientists in Brazil and also a successful businessman. Jorge is the founder and the head of D’Or Institute of Research and Education. The unique neuroscientist has been recognized as one of the most philanthropists doctors of all time in the Brazilian history. He is also the Director of the Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience Unit and also Neuroinformatics Workgroup. The Neuroinformatics is one of the best, and top-ranked diagnostic and imaging laboratory in Brazil.
The neuroscientist has always wanted to help people. His principal objective is to see the people alleviated from conditions that are a hindrance to their daily life and prevents people from leading quality lives. The idea to set up the D’Or institute was a lifetime venture in which he had cultivated since his college days. Jorge Moll had a dream of setting up world-class research, education, and healthcare in his native homeland. The excellent family man has succeeded in his quest to help the less fortunate in the society.
Jorge Mall is leading a very busy life. In his D’Or Institute, he is tasked with many operations that keep quite a working man. According to Jorge, his schedule characterized by meetings in the office, students meetings, associates, researchers and other critical entrepreneurs from different vital organizations makes him occupied full time. The veteran neuroscientists believe that the best way to develop once self is through sharing of knowledge and information with others.
Jorge has not been left behind in the advancement of modern technology. He is fascinated with artificial intelligence, cognitive systems and the interconnection of machines and human brains to work. Jorge Moll. The doctor is also interested in new developments in regenerative medicine and even the progress of gene therapy and would like to incorporate it in his institute.
Jorge Moll was born and educated in Brazil. The current president of D’Or Institute is an alumnus of Federal University of Rio de Janiero where he received his MD in Neuroscience in 1994. Moll later received his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from Sao Paulo University in Brazil in the year 2004. The doctor’s effort was recognized by the government when he was awarded Research Fellowship Award in 2004.