Jorge Moll & His Unique Neuroscience Practice

Jorge Moll Background

Jorge Moll is a neuroscientist from Brazil. He is the president and director at D’Or Institute for Research and Education, located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He received the honor of elected affiliate member of “Brazilian Academy of Sciences” in 2008. He also was the elected member of “International Neuroethics Society” in 2012 and 2013. Moll was also awarded “Visiting Scholar Award,” from Stanford University during 2015.

Moll graduated his medical school at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1994. He accomplished his residency at Federal University as well. He then mastered his PhD in Faculty of Medicine and Experimental Pathophysiology at the University of Sao Paulo. He is a part of many societies and organizations to further neuroscience research and develop the industry.


The Unique and Astral Power Of Human Brain

An article was published regarding the power of the human brain and the tendencies humans have. The article speaks about the “power of giving” within us. The article examines the connection between giving and human needs. For example, helping to relive victims of disaster and studying the after-effect it has on us.

During a study conducted at The University of California, Berkeley, researchers studied the notion that humans are selfish and self-centered. The study looked at the relationship between human and their offspring’s. They suggest that people that are kind and generous are more likely to survive. A play on the phrase “survival of the fittest.” They elude to “survival of the kindest” instead.

The study suggests that our brains are hardwired to serve. When someone is fighting an illness or going through a painful situation, they resonating well with those who have experienced similar things. A study found that those who help others are likely to honor their own core values and beliefs.

There is no doubt between the connection of humans and helping others. The study analyzed the unique connection and reported the unique findings.