Jorge Moll – Neurologist And Researcher of Brain Activity Whys

Jorge Moll is a 1989 medical school graduate of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. His Neurology residency was also completed at this university in 1997. Jorge didn’t stop there. After completion of his residency, during 2002/2003, he enrolled in Sao Paulo University and earned his Ph.D.in Experimental Pathology.

Jorge Moll is the 2001 Founder and President of D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR), located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. IDOR is a private, non-profit establishment that encourages further technological progression and scientific research in healthcare and other areas. In March of 2017, Jorge became a Partner of VHM Ventures, a venture capital firm located in San Jose, CA. The founding of D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR) allows Jorge to search for and find answers to some of his most challenging questions in his chosen field of work, helping those with adverse medical and brain problems. Jorge is fluent in Portuguese and English, enabling him to help many people afflicted with neurological problems, and many other conditions afflicting the human body.

Mr. Moll is focused on Emotional and Behavioral Neuroscience at the D’Or Institute for Research and Education. He has published papers about a person’s consciousness that the function of their brain allows them to control their own brain’s agility. Jorge Moll is also a supporter of artificial intelligence working with cognitive systems or brains working in concert with machines. Gene Therapy and Regenerative Medicine also top his “exciting” list.

 

Jorge Moll’s Interests

Jorge Moll has done major research and publishing, mainly on the neural system and psychology. Jorge has a great interest in researching and proving there are compatible regions of the brain that determine social knowledge and behavior. There is much more Jorge Moll has researched, proved, and explained about how connecting one area of the brain with another aids him and other researchers to assist others in understanding the brain’s distinctive patterns that help identify a message, object, or other data. In finishing, here is a notable quote from Jorge Moll: “Don’t sit on ideas and plans. Either implement or discard them quickly.”