The Founder and Head of D’Or Institute of Research and Education, Jorge Moll

Jorge Moll is the founder and head of the prestigious D’Or Institute of Research and Education. He has decades of experience in the medical field and received his medical doctorate from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in neurology. Jorge Moll then later went on to receive his Ph.D. in experimental physiopathology from Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz da Universidade de Sao Paulo. As well as being head of D’Or Institute, Jorge Moll is also the Director of the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup (http://www.idor.org/nossa-equipe).

Jorge Moll first developed the idea for the D’Or Institute to create education, healthcare, and top-tier research in his home country of Brazil. His day to day life is varied as he is constantly in contact with entrepreneurs, scientists, researchers, associates, and students across many different and varied organizations. He has a love for collaboration and strives to bring the best idea to fruition. Jorge Moll has interest in the rising development of cognitive systems and artificial intelligence (Ideamensch). In the medical field, the development of new gene therapies and regenerative medicines are other things Jorge Moll wants to get more involved in.

Jorge Moll cautions up and coming entrepreneurs to not hold onto certain ideas for too long. It is important to know when an idea is done and that you need to move on to a new one. He also believes that is important to learn from your failures. It is inevitable that you will not get the results needed or a project may fail but the important thing is to learn what wrong and learn how to avoid that result in future projects. Jorge Moll is excited about the potential of developing a business helps make the process of going to a hospital more simple, memorable, and enjoyable. He also recommends using Evernote and Trello to help you stay productive in any upcoming projects you may be working on or developing.