The human mind is so intricate and multifaceted, and a Neurologist’s mind like Dr. Jorge Moll is no different. Many aspects of Jorge Moll’s life follow suite with his favorite quote by Da Vinci, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” Within his thoughts and day-to-day actions, Dr. Jorge Moll’s focus shifts between family, interests and work in magnitudes.
First and foremost, Jorge Moll is a family man. With no regrets to money spent on items such as building blocks or figurines for his children, Jorge Moll is continually creating lasting memories for his family. Simplicity is at the base of all his ideas, as Dr. Moll’s goal has always been to help those whose quality of life is diminished by their health conditions. With family in mind, Dr. Moll’s vision was to make topnotch education, research and healthcare available to his home country of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
With his master’s degree in neuroscience and his doctorate in experimental pathophysiology, Dr. Jorge Moll’s vision became reality with the creation of the D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR). He currently serves as president and board member for IDOR and as the Director of the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit. As a successful business man and entrepreneur, Dr. Jorge Moll has tips and fundamental values from his experience to share with all those who will listen. Dr. Jorge Moll believes in keeping free exchange of ideas within the work place and allowing collaborations whenever the opportunities rise. With ideas, he suggests to not hold on to them for too long as ideas are plentiful. He advises to choose ideas that can form a plan of action, drop ones that cannot, and always question your plan models. The doctor contributes his productivity to his transparency, open workplace, and his skillfulness in his field. Dr. Jorge Moll’s own words can offer strong advice and simplify his inner workings, “My passionate belief that we can change our realities and positively impact lives and industries, by simply doing interesting things.”