Archive for Neuroscience Innovation

Jorge Moll Inspiring Innovation in Neuroscience

Jorge Moll always held a vision of developing world-class healthcare, education, and research in his home country. Most of his days involve many meetings covering a wide range of topics. He speaks with a lot of scientists, associates, students, researchers, and businesspeople representing a huge range of industries. Jorge considers it vital to have an open interchange of opinions and cooperation.

 

Ideas of Jorge Moll

Jorge Moll gets his ideas to come to life by keeping the best ideas while getting rid of the rest. He tends to pick ideas which can be transformed to action plans and allows collaboration.

Topics that interest Jorge include artificial intelligence, regenerative medicine, cognitive systems, and genetic therapy. Jorges habits that aid his productivity are being skillful as well as transparent and open. Jorge believes you should not keep on to concepts for too long. Either go with a concept or go on to the next

Jorge Moll believes popular papers and career paths in industries and academics, are hindering innovation. We need to hold new goals that approach big challenges that grant us the knowledge to pursue future plans.

Jorge Moll has a thorough history in the medical industry and got an MD in Neuroscience from Federal University in Rio de Janiero, where he also finished his residency. Moll also got a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology at São Paulo University.

Jorge always aspired to assist people suffering from diseases that have a negative effect on their life quality. Today, Jorge Moll is board member and president at D’Or Institute of Research and Education and the Director of the Neuroinformatics Workgroup and Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit. Besides his job, Jorge is a family man living in Rio de Janiero.

Jorge Moll has been published in numerous journals like Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,NeuroImage, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry and Psychological Science