The study of the brain has never been more exciting. Motived, passionate researchers and entrepreneurs like Jorge Moll, matched with advanced technology, show there are no limits to finding out what the brain does and how it influences our emotions.
Dr. Moll began his studies at the University of Rio de Janiero, where he received his Doctor of Medicine and completed a residency in Neuroscience. He completed a Ph.D. in Experimental Pathophysiology at São Paulo University (https://br.linkedin.com/in/jomoll). These were the building blocks for his distinguished career in Neuroscience. Specifically, Jorge Moll wants to discover how the brain processes morals and emotions. His research also explores depression, how people relate to their families and the joy of giving phenomenon.
He founded D’or Institute of Research and Education to promote world-class research and innovation. The Institute allows for the free exchange of ideas and collaboration between scientists, researchers, and students. Jorge Moll’s large range of work spans from recurring depression to the modern and exciting technology of artificial intelligence. Indeed Dr. Molls sees a trend in this area. Future research will explore artificial intelligence. “I love the rising trend of artificial intelligence blending with cognitive abilities. When machines and brains are matched together, there will be great strides in the medical field,” Dr. Moll has said.
Currently, Jorge Moll serves as President and Senior Researcher of the D’Or Institute (Vivendodebemcomavida). He is also head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup at D’or Institute. In the last year alone, he has been cited in more than 750 scholarly articles. His research has been published in The Journal of Neuroscience, JAMA Psychiatry, and Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Jorge Moll was awarded a Research Fellow National Institutes of Health award in 2004 and a Visiting Scholar Award at Stanford Neuroscience Institute, Stanford University, in 2015.