In any field, there are so many ideas being generated by advancements in technology that it must be overwhelming to sift through them all. In an ideal world, if a quality idea has an obvious plan of action with a specific goal of improving the health of individuals, then something should be done. Jorge Moll is taking this strategy as his credo. Moll believes strongly that the free exchange of ideas not only leads to invaluable collaboration but also improves the chances of success and progress.
As the president of D’Or Institute of Research and Education in Brazil, a non-profit organization promoting scientific research and progress in healthcare, Dr. Moll has championed the importance of education and training for healthcare professionals. His institute offers specialized courses, high-level training, and educational internships. Additionally, the Ministry of Education and Culture consistently approves their medical residency programs. Pediatrics, oncology, internal medicine, intensive medicine, and neuroscience are all areas of interest that are being explored and researched by the institute.
A Passionate Neuroscientist
In the area of neuroscience, Jorge Moll has been working to help alleviate the negative aspects of debilitating conditions. Cognitive neuroscience is a relatively new field of research. Its primary focus is the neural foundation of how our species interprets and processes social interactions and the behavior that accompanies that information. Research in this area is bringing about new understandings of social behavioral impairments specifically in cases involving brain dysfunction. He believes that new methods can help us to grasp complicated connections between individuals, society, and behavior.
Dr. Moll completed his residency at the same place he received his MD in Neuroscience, the Federal University of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. He also carries a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from São Paulo University and leads the Neuroinformatics Workgroup, a highly respected diagnostics and imaging laboratory. He lives and works in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.