Dr. Jorge Moll lives and works in Rio De Janeiro as a neuroscientist. He received his medical doctorate degree and completed his residency at the University of Brazil. Dr. Moll also achieved a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology from the University of Sao Paulo. Currently, Dr. Jorge Moll is the President and board member of D’Or Institute of Research and Education. He also manages the successful Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup as the Director. Dr. Moll has a renowned reputation for achieving acclaimed degrees, an imminent leader and neuroscience researcher.
His inspiration for founding the D’or Institute was to promote better healthcare in Brazil. He is a published author with his works shown in prominent medical journals. Dr. Moll believes that his success can be traced to his foundation of being open and transparent.
He believes that these skills make you happy when giving back to the community and produces the energy that the industry grows by. Dr. Moll believes patients should be treated in a whole environment, meaning that they should receive treatments involving the body, mind, and spirit. Giving more of yourself is a good start to a person’s healthier lifestyle.
There is new research indicating that people who experience the benefit of giving are in a healthier frame of mind. For example, Dr. Jorge Moll and NIH colleagues proved in a 2006 study that when people reached out to give to charities that their brain registered pleasure, trust, and a warm social connection. In other words, the brain released more endorphins and oxytocin which are the ‘feel good’ brain cells.
It is believed that people suffering from illnesses have recovered better when they volunteered or gave of their time to visit others who were in poor health. Also, exchanging good-will invites a feeling of cooperation and trust which promotes good mental and physical health.
When people give, they educe a feeling of gratitude which promotes an optimistic view of life for both the giver and the receiver. A renowned happiness researcher suggests that propagating happiness also increases personal joy. When you express your gratitude to others, you awaken their benevolence while you also strengthen your own connection to others (Twitter). What this means is that giving is contagious. Giving inspires onlookers to become generous themselves.