When it comes to innovation and looking forward no one is as committed as Jorge Moll. At an early age, Jorge Moll knew he had a passion for helping people and pushing humanity forward. This drive and innovative mindset lead Jorge Moll to acquire his MD from the Federal University of Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Jorge wasn’t satisfied and wanted to explore a deeper understanding of the human consciousness so he continued on to receive his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from Sao Paulo University. Nowadays Jorge Moll can be seen operating as the president of the D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR), the Director of the Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup. However, the same spirit of compassion that drove Jorge Moll to these heights is the same driving force that pushes him forward still. Jorge is the first to say not everything has been smooth for him and he has had plenty of setbacks and failures along the way. However, Jorge is always looking forward to the future and is inspired by the coming innovations in AI, regenerative medicine, and gene therapy. When Jorge is not operating in one of his various leadership roles or contemplating the newest innovations he can be found thinking of new ways to improve hospital processes. Some of his ideas involve making the admittance to hospitals simpler and making the hospital an enjoyable and even memorable environment. Jorge Moll isn’t just a determined leader, innovator and humanitarian Jorge is also a father and husband. He sees this role as one of his most prized. When Jorge Moll is asked about his priorities he can’t help but talk about his family. One of Jorge’s favorite quotes sums up his approach to his life and his work “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” by Da Vinci. Jorge Moll is looking for just that, simplicity, simplicity in innovation, simplicity in his operations and simplicity with his family life.