Dr. Jorge Moll – Neuroscientist Changing Reality

Jorge Moll is a successful scientist from Brazil. He received a medical degree in neuroscience from The Federal University Brazilian Scientist and a PhD in experimental pathophysiology from So Paulo University (https://crunchbase.com/person/jorge-moll).

Dr. Moll heads the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit and is director of the non-profit, D’OR Institute for Research and Education in Rio de Janeiro. He has published several articles and is associate editor for two Understanding Neuroscience” and Frontiers for Young Minds. He is guest associate editor for Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.

As a scientist, Dr. Moll has a keen interest in the neural and psychological mechanics that dictate social preference and human choice and how these mechanisms are shaped by values and morals and altered or modified by neuerotechnological, cultural and experience. His mission is to help those who have conditions that lesson their quality of life. Dr. Moll has a myriad of business and scientific interests and is particularly fascinated with cognitive systems of machines integrating with artificial intelligence and how well both with the human brain.

Although Dr. Moll maintains a hectic and motivated schedule, he always find the time to give encouraging words to members of business communities, his peers and students. He willingly without hesitation shares his ideas and knowledge in order to build lasting relationships that often lead to beneficial collaborations and helps him fulfill his mission of helping those in need.

Dr. Moll once stated that he would encourage the younger generation to run with their plans and ideas and not hold on to them. “If it doesn’t work, move on to the next one. The next one may just be the idea or plan that works.” That is a philosophy that will lead to progress and discovery. Jorge Moll has many great plans and ideas and a passion for living. His strong belief is, “we can change our realities and positively impact lives and industries, by simply doing interesting things.”


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