Jorge Moll graduated a neurologist in 1994 from the Federal University of Rio De Janeiro. He is a member of the governing board of the D’or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR). He also has the Visiting Scholar Award from Stanford University Neuroscience Institute, at Stanford University 2015. Moll works on neurofeedback projects where he teaches people how to receive feedback with their own brain activity. Electroencephalography or EEG, is used to determine brain responses. His study was aimed to find whether or not the neurological basis of human motivated behavior in healthy individuals with organic-based mental illness. Learn more about Jorge Moll at Google Scholar.
Moll is a neuroscientist by education. He did his post doc at the National Institute of Health in the United States. His thesis is that there is a neural basis for all human forms of social cognition. Jorge Moll has 89 publications accessible on Loop. Moll has 133 publications on researchgate.com. He started off with Escola Superior de Agricultura Luiz de Queiroz da Universidade de São Paulo, earning his Ph.D. in experimental pathophysiology. Read more about Jorge Moll at crunchbase.com.
He won the NIH award in 2004-2007, he was the Head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit and Neuroinformatics Workgroup, D’Or Institute for Research & Education.
Research Fellow NIH award (2004-2007). He is also an elected affiliate member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences (2008). He has also been elected to the governor’s board member of the International Neuroethics Society (2012-13). He uses neurofeedback in his research projects, as his work postulates that there is a neurological reason for everything that happens in the brain. What neurofeedback does is it trains the brain to self-regulate. Neurofeedback can also be called EEG biofeedback, while neurofeedback is applied to the brain in a direct manner. The process works with the electrodes taped onto the brain to determine brain activity. There are specific locations geared toward specific conditions that affect the brain. Moll is a researcher who has published many times.