Moleac is participating to the European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC), from 17th-19th April 2015 in Glasgow, UK

Our presence worldwide

Singapore (Headquarters) 11 Biopolis Way,Helios #09-07/08,  Singapore 138667 Beijing Office Room 1409, Zhong’anshengye Plaza, No.168 Beiyuan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P. R. China Moleac Europe 92 rue de la Victoire 75009,Paris France Moleac Poland 75/37 Kościuszki Street 30-105 Cracow,Poland

Today, our company has 40 employees with 13 nationalities. Its operations are done throughout several countries thanks to 3 offices: Moleac Singapore (headquarters), Moleac Europe and Poland and through exclusive partnerships

Moleac’s Multi-Modal Approach to Treatment for Brain Injuries

Advances in research in the field of brain injury, like stroke, trauma and global ischemia, has never been more exciting and encouraging for the prospect of discovering novel effective treatments.

The conventional approach to research in acute treatment to develop one molecule targeted at one specific process in the pathway of one particular disease has failed in many consecutive clinical trials. Moleac takes on a multi-model strategy in its approach to drug development.

What is Stroke?


Stroke is a devastating disease affecting 17 million victims worldwide. It is a leading cause of adult acquired disability in many countries. Stroke is a medical emergency. Do not wait! The longer a patient waits, the more damage happens to the brain. After a stroke, an estimated 2 million brain cells, called neurons, die every minute without treatment.

Upcoming events


ESOC – European Stroke Organisation Conference
17th-19th April 2015, Glasgow, UK

Career Opportunities

If you are talented and ready for a new challenge, discover what Moleac has to offer you.


Moleac has brought to market the first drug that helps patients recover faster and better from their stroke disabilities.
NeuroAiD™ (MLC 601, MLC 901) addresses these gaps in pharmacological modalities which combined to a rehabilitation program offers new hopes to patients who had no other choice than to cope with their disabilities.