Marco Antonio Marques da Silva Dignified and Acknowledged by Sao Paulo

April 1st, 2018, State Court of Appeals judge Marco Antonio Marques da Silva, is honored by PUC-São Paulo. Marco began his legal studies at PUC in 1977, and he graduated in 1981. He also endeavored to achieve a specialization, masters, doctorate and teaching degree all at the University of Pontifical Catholic. He then joined the State Judiciary in the year 1983, and served the four counties of Palmeira D’Oeste, Monte Alto, Diadema and São Paulo. In the year 2002, Marco had been promoted to substitute judge and his position changed to the Court of Appeals judge in 2007.

A lawyer and addmistrative professor at PUC, named Ricardo Sayeg, saluted Mr. Antonio on behalf of the county’s Faculty of Law. In the speech Ricardo gave, he spake briefly about Marco Antonio’s career journey. Being born in the city of Itapetininga, Brazil in 1958; and how at the age of 15, he had already knew that he would pursue studies and a career in Law. Marco began his legal schooling at PUC in 1977 and went on to graduate in 1981. He further pursued a specialization degree, then a masters degree, and finally, a doctorates degree in teaching at the University of Pontifical Catholic.

The year 1982, Marco Antonio Marques da Silva was already working as a professor at PUC; In 1983 he joined the State Judiciary and worked in the four counties.

Marco Antonio gave a heartfelt, emotional public speech, thanking the all his family, friends, and supporting gatherers in his appreciation ceremony. He goes on to share: ”I am aware that nothing in life is accomplished alone and therefore I am a man who values family, friends, education, justice and especially God.” Special thanks were given to the Executive Vice President of Bradesco, Laércio Albino Cezar, who was present in representation of the bank, and in representation of the main united sponsor that funded the construction of the new auditoriums. In a warm speech Ricardo Sayeg gave, he said about Marco that, “He fills us with pride and satisfaction, unanimously recognized by his fellow professors and students as one of our esteemed and most prominent teachers, and as a good man, honest, zealous and loyal… Long live! Here at PUC, you are an immortal,”.

 

Why Jorge Moll Is an Inspiration to Many Medical Professionals and Entrepreneurs

Brazil is known for many good reasons. Besides being one of the countries with proficient entrepreneurs, Brazil has also produced many reputable medical professionals. Jorge Moll is among the great medical professionals in Brazil with unmatched accomplishments. He doesn’t believe in attempting ideas. He believes in either discarding or implementing them. He says people who take too long to act on an idea deprive others of a solution to their needs and problems. When Jorge thought of developing IDOR, he didn’t take long to think about it. He rather came up with this medical research institute. He knew he would use it to enhance world-class research, education, and healthcare innovation in Brazil.

 

As one of the productive medical experts, he isn’t mean with what keeps him productive. He says attending several medical meetings has helped him to maintain productivity in his work. He is a man who attends many meetings and on different topics. The meeting topics depend on the ideas and research to be done. He has managed to meet competent and reputable people from different organizations. Some of the groups of people Jorge Moll has interacted with include entrepreneurs, company representatives, staff members, scientists, staff members, students, business associates, and researchers.

 

Jorge believes plentiful ideas are important. However, he says it’s more crucial to identify the best candidates for success. He confirms many ideas are dropped when people have discussions with those ahead of them. Whenever Jorge identifies an ideal option, he quickly forms an action plan. He says any idea increases its success chances through collaboration. Some of the things Jorge Moll finds intriguing to him include artificial intelligence and cognitive systems. Jorge says the healthcare industry and other industries would improve if a system to help machines and human brain work together is invented.

 

Jorge got his medical degree in 1994 from Federal University. By the end of the year 1998, he had completed his residency. Neurology was his main line of focus in the medical field. Jorge later studied experimental pathophysiology and earned a doctorate in 2004. He is today the president of IDOR, a reputable research institute. Stanford University gave Jorge Moll a Visiting Scholar Award in 2015. He was elected a board member of the International Neuroethics Society in 2012.