Jorge Moll: The Man Behind The Name, The Passion and The Awards

There are many respectable people in the medical industry today. However, the most respectable are not the ones who show a lot of intellect and skills, but those who can stand up to their beliefs and ethics in terms of providing medical advice. Many doctors today are tempted by the big pharma companies to prescribe medicine that could be harmful but have a lot of pay off for the prescribing physician considering the amount of money they get from their commission. Fortunately, this is something that Dr. Jorge Moll is very keen about, and is passionate in avoiding as the founder of D’Or Institute of Research and Education (Mundodomarketing). Let’s more about his professional career in the article below.

 

 

The Passion for Serving The Sick

There are many reasons why doctors go in the line of stressful and almost life-threatening medical situations. One of the reasons being identified by Jorge Moll in his service as a medical doctor is the fact that it is his pleasure and purpose in life to assist people in improving their quality of life. It is the wish of Dr. Jorge Moll to make sure that the work he does for the Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit or CBNU as its director will be directed to making sure that the life of the sick will have a greater standard and quality. While he is living with his family in Rio de Janeiro, he dedicates most of his time improving his passion for research and cultivating the healthcare situation he has at home.

 

 

 

Achievements

 

 

There are numerous achievements that Jorge Moll has received over time. One of those would be the fact that he’s the President-director and Member of the governing board for the D’Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR) in Rio de Janeiro. It is also common knowledge that he’s the Senior Researcher at the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. It is also outstanding to know that Jorge Moll has also been the Affiliate Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences in 2008. You may also remember Jorge Moll as the Elected Governors Board Member at the International Neuroethics Society from 2012 to 2013.

 

 

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