Brazil’s Renowned Neurologist and Cardiologist- Jorge Moll

Jorge Moll’s Education

Jorge Moll graduated in medical school, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. He graduated in 1994. Jorge also studied Neurology Residency at the same university, in 1997. Jorge is currently a cardiologist in Brazil and has his own laboratory that he founded in 1977. The laboratory is meant for health diagnostics and imaging. Through his great expertise, Jorge transformed his laboratory into one of the largest hospitals in the Brazil. He has more than 30 hospitals.

 

It was in 2010 that he sold D’Or’s subsidiary hospitals and managed to have full control of the Sao Luiz, a Sao-Paulo based hospital group. There have been several named milestones of Jorge Moll (ResearchGate). He had a role of Chief Executive Officer but left the role in the process and became chairman. He acquired the San Luiz hospital in Brazil, founded his own laboratory, now the largest hospital in Brazil and has also managed to create a fortune over the companies he’s been able to have.

 

His hospital, which developed from his founded from his laboratory does not rely on other major hospitals to keep running. Instead, it is run independently through Jorge’s own expertise and experience. Other hospitals in Brazil are the ones who greatly depend on Jorge’s hospital.

 

Jorge Moll is also the president-director and governing board of the D.Or’s, which is an institute for research and education. He has received awards and distinctions due to his expertise in neurology. The awards were the NIH awards earned between 2004 and 2007. He was elected an affiliate member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, and he also earned the Visiting Scholar Award, at the Stanford Neuroscience Institute in 2015.

 

Apart from being a career person and a cardiologist, Jorge Moll is a family man. He is married and he and his wife have 9 children.

More about Jorge Moll on https://es.linkedin.com/in/jomoll

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