For you to be successful in everything in this life, you must be committed. You must also have the passion for what you want to do. It is important to invest in yourself to gain the academic knowledge on what you want to engage in because it helps to understand the technical part of the venture.
Jorge Moll says that from a tender age he was passionate about expanding the research in his home country. He always wanted to improve the health care of the nation and the education. He began the journey to his dream by investing his time in studying. He is a very learned individual. He is a medical professor; he attended Federal University of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil where he successfully graduated with his MD. He later went back to the University and completed his medical residency in Neurology. This was not enough for Jorge Moll; he wanted more for himself. He, therefore, enrolled with São Paulo University in 2004, where he got his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology.
All this knowledge is being put into use in the D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR). He holds many senior positions in the company. He serves as the Board Member, Senior Researcher and President of the company. This is not the only responsibilities that he has in the nation. Jorge Moll also heads the Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit (CBNU) and Neuroinformatics Workgroup IDOR, located in Rio De Janeiro which he founded.
As a result of the nature of his work, Jorge Moll spends most of his time in meetings. He meets students, researchers, scientists to discuss ideas and collaborate to come up with valuable conclusions.
No venture lacks challenges. The entrepreneur must be able to get past the obstacles to be successful. Jorge Moll says that running research that is non-profit has not been a walk in the park. The lowest moments in business are the ones that they get different results, or the outcome takes so long than anticipated. Jorge Moll says the only thing that can be done is reshuffle people according to their ability and try new strategies.