Moleac introduced NeuroAiD in 2006, a breakthrough natural supplement for stroke patients. In 2012 Moleac developed the Stroke Recovery Coach, the only online resource for stroke patients to track and set goals for their rehabilitation. Today the Stroke Recovery Coach is one of the largest online community designed exclusively for stroke patients, and is totally free.
Our vision is to improve the quality of life of brain injury victims and their families.
Our mission is to develop and commercialize scientifically proven therapeutics that advance brain injury care worldwide, to become an excellent place to work where employees are challenged to make a positive difference, and to reward those who invest in our company with a superior return.
Please continue the Stroke Recovery Coach, it is very helpfulUser
I am glad I found it I have learned a lotUser
They are selling a product for profit, as an added service they are providing the service, which is extremely helpful. A good business model as it allows/ provides not only a product, but a service as well.User
I volunteer at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, MA. I am a Peer Visitor and tell all my constituents during our monthly meeting about your program.User
We Are Dreamers. We Are Innovators. We Are Moleac.
David co-founded Moleac and has been serving as CEO since.
Prior to founding Moleac, David has spent ten years at the Boston Consulting Group (“BCG”) where he was a member of the worldwide Health Care Practice Area. He has worked both in Europe and in Asia. He has extensive experience in working in China and in Korea.
David graduated from the two top engineering schools in France, Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, where he majored in mathematics and economics. David also holds a French degree (“DESS”) in business law.
Dr. Robert GanHead of Medical Affairs
Dr. Robert Gan obtained his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of the Philippines, after which he trained in Neurology at the University of Chicago and sub-specialized in Stroke at the Neurological Institute of New York/Columbia University with Professors Mohr and Sacco.
As a clinician and a researcher, Robert has focused on treating stroke patients and conducting clinical trials, initially at University of the Philippines where he was appointed clinical associate professor, then at the National Neuroscience Institute of Singapore where he spent 5 years before joining Lundbeck as a Regional Medical Manager and Clinical Research Scientist for a large scale international stroke study.
Fran SanchezProject Lead