Dr. Jorge Moll is a renowned neuroscientist who created the D’Or Institute of Research and Education. The Institute was founded based on Dr. Moll’s principles of promoting better innovative healthcare in the country of Brazil.
Dr. Moll resides Rio De Janeiro where in 1994 he also graduated, received a medical doctorate degree, and finished his medical residency in Neurology from The Federal University of Rio De Janeiro of Brazil in 1998.
Furthering his education, he attended the University of Sao Paulo where he graduated in 2004 with a Ph.D. in Experimental and Pathophysiology (the disease or injury to organs).
Dr. Moll is a well-respected published author and mentor whose written works have appeared in global medical journals.
Dr. Moll states that his success can be traced to how he lives and works, which is with openness and transparency. Dr. Jorge Moll is currently the President of the D’Or Institute, plus he serves on the Institute’s Board of Directors.
He also carries the title of Director of the renowned Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit and the Neuroinformatics Workgroup in Brazil. During interviews given by Dr. Moll, he believes that in his neurological treatments and studies that patients must be treated as a whole.
This means that patients should receive treatment methodologies that include the body, mind, and spirit. One such technique is to have people become more involved with others. In our modern society, depression is a disease that has become more prevalent among people of all ages and income levels.
Dr. Moll and his colleagues from the National Institute of Health conducted a study about how people feel when they give to others. The group discovered that when people gave to organizations which helps others, that their brain cells and nerves released more of the feel-good hormones called endorphins, all of which registered as trust, enjoyment, and social interactions.
With this information, Dr. Jorge Moll stated that he would share these studies with other neuron researchers who also study how the brain controls our idea of principles, caring for others outside of our families, reward, and understanding the betterment of humanity.