Dr. Jorge Moll, head of the D’Or Institute of Research and Education in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is an internationally recognized neurologist with over two decades of research and clinical experience. He has devoted his entire career to research and education in Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroinformatics and is the head of this division at the D’Or Institute for Research & Education.
With an extensive education in neurological sciences, Dr. Jorge Moll has gone on to clinical practice but followed his dream in research and education by founding the D’Or Institute for Research & Education where he has taken on several important roles.
Dr. Moll is the original founder and current CEO of the D’Or Institute for Research & Education, but he also heads several of the other departments in the Institute. He is a graduate of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and completed his degree in Neurology from the same university. Later obtaining a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from the São Paulo University medical division.
His work has led to several awards and distinctions which include the Research Fellow NIH Award from 2004 to 2007 (https://www.facebook.com/rededor/posts/1334904043202840). He is an elected member of the Brazilian Academy of São Paulo University sciences division (2008) and a member of the elected governor’s board for International neuroethics board. Another distinctive award he holds is the Visiting Scholar Award from the Stanford Neuroscience Institute at Stanford University (2015)
Besides working at the D’Or Institute for Research & Education, Dr. Moll also remains active with lectures and research (http://www.jorgemoll.com.br/). He lectures extensively on Neurology and is engaged in ongoing clinical care for people with neurological problems. He incorporates his knowledge, education and modern practices in his writings, speaking events and the overall management of the D’Or Institute for Research & Education.