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Jorge Moll has a notable history in the field of neuroscience. He earned his MD in Neuroscience in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He also completed his residency here. He went on to complete his PhD in the discipline of Experimental Pathophysiology at Sao Paulo University.
His whole life has evolved around wanting to help people improve conditions that affect their lives in negative ways. He currently serves as the President and board member of D’Or Institute of Research and Education. Along with his commitment to the medical profession, he finds time to be a committed family man (Loop.frontiersin).
Moll’s dream to cultivate an environment for education, research, and world-class healthcare in his home country led to creating the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. His days consists of staff meetings that tend to cover an entire array of topics. He also speaks daily with associates, researchers, students, and business people and entrepreneurs. He fully believes that a collaboration and free exchange of ideas is what advances an agenda.
As such, there are always a myriad of ideas that will come across his desk. Choosing the right idea is not as difficult as it would seem. The best ideas are those that convert into an action plan, and that allows for team collaborations. Artificial intelligence, along with the latest developments in regenerative medicine and gene therapy/applications are high on his list of interests (https://ideamensch.com/jorge-moll/).
Successful people generally engage in similar habits. Jorge Moll believes that no one should try to repeat things over and over, especially if something fails to work. A person should always question their own premise at times. He also believes that anyone can change their personal reality in ways that can impact the world around them. Jorge Moll also knows what it is to fail at business. Any of his failures have resulted from not getting the right results or the process taking too long. Then, it is back to the drawing board.
In the meantime, Moll maintains his interest in neural and psychological elements that determine social and human choices. He is also interested in how experiences shape a person’s morals and values.