Any doctor’s mission is to serve all of their patient’s medical and wellness needs. Indisputably, that has been the motto for which Dr. Jorge Moll has governed his professional life. In 1994, Dr. Jorge Moll received his well-deserved MD in Neuroscience from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He later completed his residency at the same University in 1997. After that, Dr. Moll concluded his Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from Sao Paulo University. Thanks to his effort and dedication to help other, Dr. Jorge Moll is the president and board member of D’Or Institute of Research and Education (IDOR) as well as the Director of the Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience Unit (CBNU) and Neuroinformatics Workgroup (a top-ranked diagnostics and imaging laboratory), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Dr. Jorge Moll has great experience in the medical field. It is said that he was the first neuroscientist that found a connection between the brain and charity. To reach this conclusion, Dr. Jorge Moll carried out several MRIs in patients who volunteered to explore this theory. He studied their brains meticulously, concluding that the art of giving was similar to other activities that humans did daily such as eating. Dr. Jorge Moll found out that in our brains, there are two areas, and region is where the emotions are, and the other side belongs to the reasoning. This two regions helped him with the studies because he found out that voluntarily donating is based on the emotions and attachment to the product. He thinks that the affiliation of emotions, contains an architectural value that at the end of the day can help or destroy humans. Dr. (Jorgemoll) always encourages his patients to be charitable as it not only do they benefit others but they are also benefiting their minds. Dr. Jorge Moll also explains that practicing this activity frequently helps to lengthen the life cycle, since it helps to avoid depression and even heart attacks.