Dr. Jorge Moll earned his medical degree in Neuroscience at the Rio de Janeiro’s Federal University, the same school where he likewise finished his medical residency. Dr. Moll completed his Experimental Pathophysiology Ph. D.


A true man of medicine, Jorge Moll has always been inclined to help ailing individuals whose lives are affected by their sickness. Presently, he is D’Or Institute of Research and Education’s (IDOR) member of the board and president. He is likewise the Director of Unit for Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience, and the Workgroup for Neuroinformatics – a well-known imaging and diagnostics laboratory.


In relation to the research and studies made by Dr. Moll and his associates at IDOR, the utilization of newly combined brain scans and conventional biofeedback methods discloses that they assist individuals in improving their viewpoints on empathy and love.


The scientist expects to refine their methods to assist in the treatment of individuals who have psychological issues like postpartum depression and hopes that it would be able to relieve the wide effects of the aforementioned ailment on people. And they claim that their study is the very first to chart the intricate emotions related to empathy within the brain.


According to Dr. Jorge Moll, they were quite fascinated in the emotions that propel individuals to perform altruistic deeds like try to be better individuals or correct the errors made. He added that other groups who are doing a similar research are only looking at a single part of the brain only to study relevant emotions. However, for complicated emotions like empathy, it is essential to chart numerous parts of the brain simultaneously.


Dr. Moll revealed that it took them some time to program the computer to identify brain patterns linked with the overall emotional state of tenderness. The process they administered was to get volunteers into a functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) scanner for the brain that would quantify the brain’s real-time activity, and request them to have thoughts about tender occasions.


Jorge Moll said that they tried the procedure in varying states of emotions that they asked their subjects to feel, since the team at IDOR wanted to gauge particular brain patterns to be able to plot specific emotions from being tender to being emphatic.