Jorge Moll is a Global Inventive and Exploratory Neuroscientist
July 22, 2018
Neuroscientists are specialists in the study of the brain and the whole nervous system. According to the World Health Organization (‘WHO’), there are thousands of diseases that affect the brain and the nervous system.
These neurological diseases are a worldwide dilemma that WHO believes affects 11% of the world’s illnesses including mental health and addictions.
Leading the global improvements in neuroscience is Dr. Jorge Moll from Brazil. He graduated and completed his residency from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Dr. Moll also received his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from the Sao Paulo University.
He is currently the President and member of the board of the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. At the same time, he serves as the Director of Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit, as well as the diagnostic and imaging labs of the Neuroinformatics Workgroup.
Dr. Moll fills his day with medical and research meetings where he is talking to scientists, students, associates, researchers, and entrepreneurs all of whom share and exchange ideas while collaborating on various projects.
In his neuroscience research, Jorge enjoys the AI explosion of technology that is helping people with their neuro diseases. New cognitive systems are a part of the new gene therapy ideas and better regenerative medicine projects like those developed in the Moll-Lab.
Dr. Jorge Moll believes that productivity involves being open to new concepts, you must be transparent in your dealings, and to remain skillful in your work. His acclaimed neuroscience work includes many accolades and participation in leading organizations, such as the following:
- Member of the International Neuro-ethics Society
- Member of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping
- Member of the Society for Neuroscience
- Inducted into the Brazilian Academy of Sciences
- Member of the Governors Board of the International Neuro-ethics Society
- Won the 2015 Visiting Scholar Award from the Neuroscience Institute of Stanford University
Managing his daily schedule requires a standardized thought process which helps him choose the best ideas that enter his mind, and which can be instituted quickly. This process allows Dr. Moll to face his challenges with patience and a renewed approach.