Science and philosophy finally found common ground after discoveries from research. Philosophers always stated that altruism is the path to self-betterment. Giving is more rewarding than giving, but most people never put much thought into it. Jorge Moll conducted a study that confirmed the statement. He is a neuroscientist who studies methods of improving life.
Jorge studies the human brain through MRIs. His aim was identifying the effect of altruism to the bodies and brains of people. In particular, Moll and his colleagues were looking for visible and physical changes in the brain when people give. The investigators asked volunteers specific question about giving and observed the reaction in their brains.
The study revealed similarities in the brains of these volunteers. Their brains were rewarding them for their decisions of giving. The volunteers expressed signs of pleasure in their brains. This research should change the perception of people about giving. People feel giving is a burden, but in actual sense it offers gratification. Life is not just being on the receiving end. When we give it fulfills part of our cause in this life.
When other doctors were choosing different paths in life, Moll decided to help people through research. He believes people need knowledge and education to live a high-quality life. This knowledge can only be acquired through research. Apart from studying behaviorism, Jorge Moll is involved in inventing and developing technological solutions for improving healthcare. Patients deserve top quality services and treatment in the shortest time possible.
A degree in medicine and Ph.D. in experimental pathophysiology was the starter pack for Jorge Moll’s career. He established the D’Or Research Institute and began studying various topics. Moll has numerous ideas but finds it difficult to choose one. After careful analysis and discussion with other associates, they narrow down on one decision. Research work in neuroscience is vital to Moll. That is why he is also a director of different research institutes in neuroscience. His mission is to make life exciting and better for all people. Every day, people should have many options for enhancing their lives and enjoying it.