Dr. Jorge Moll dreamed of establishing a facility to provide leading edge research, superior education and unmatched health care to the citizens of Rio de Janeiro.
In 2010 when Dr. Jorge Moll co-founded the non-profit D’or Institute of Research and Education, he began to realize that dream for his city. Now, the institute is providing medical residency, post-graduate and continuing education classes and has developed the necessary facilities to create groundbreaking medical research.
Dr. Jorge Moll is a native of Rio de Janeiro, receiving his medical degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and a PHD in Experimental Pathophysiology from Sao Paulo University, click this. He worked for the U.S. National Institute of Health Department of Neurological Disorders and Strokes. Dr. Jorge Moll also spent time at Stanford, acting as the a visiting research scholar before returning to Rio de Janeiro and beginning the D’or Institute of Research and Education.
While D’or Institute of Research and Education has multiple focuses of research, including oncology, neuroscience and internal medicine. Dr. Jorge Moll is a neuroscientist at heart, and after the breakthrough while working with Dr. Jordan Grafman’s research team at the National Institute of Health when it was discovered that altruism isn’t a superior trait but rather one of the basic human trait, he continues to actively participate within the institutes neuroscience research and is interested in the rehabilitation possibilities of artificial intelligence technology and genetic therapy, see loop.frontiersin.org. He attributes many of his successes to the communication and talents of his team and the institute, but Dr. Moll also insists that continually questioning your model and acting quickly on your plans are also necessary for success.
Continuing to focus on medical education and scientific discovery, Dr. Jorge Moll’s D’or Institute of Research and Education will continue to be the leader of Brazil’s medical developments and encourage state of the art developments within Latin America’s healthcare system.