Jorge Moll: Revolutionary, Doctor & Futurist

Science, innovative technology and healthcare goes hand-to-hand. Yes, you can have one without the other, but with all three combined, better results can be expected. Society has come a long way over the years and advanced technologies has played a major role in its success. Much of today’s medical equipment and medical devices have some form of advanced technologies within their systems. Jorge Moll, M.D., Ph.D, is at the forefront of this transition, and he has a solid reputation to backup all claims. He is very successful at what he does, and he’s constantly striving to get better. It would be very hard trying to find another individual that is as ambitious than this man.


At the affluent D’Or Institute of Research & Education, Moll just so happens to be the institute’s president as well as its senior researcher. The guy has an astounding background in education as he has obtained a Ph.D in Experimental Pathophysiology as well as obtained his medical doctorate. Of course, Moll earned these prestigious accreditations from Sao Paulo University and from the Federal University of Rio De Janeiro. Advanced technology is flowing throughout the world and the healthcare industry is no different. Top-notch medical devices and even medications have been produced by these advancements. It would be extremely hard to speak about modern-day medications without mentioning advanced technologies. “Artificial intelligence and cognitive systems excites me,” said Moll.


Improving patient care and improving these individuals’ experiences is one of the main goals that the D’Or Institute of Research & Education takes very serious. This extraordinary facility is composed of entrepreneurs, business associates, students, researchers and scientists. “You should never sit on your ideas,” said Moll. Putting these ideas to work can definitely bring forth a positive change in most cases. All in all, Jorge Moll is changing the game via advanced technologies, and he will continue to push the boundaries in modern-day medicine.