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.
World-renowned specialist of pharmacology of ion channels, Prof. Michel Lazdunski has made internationally recognized contributions to basic and applied research in pharmacology and pathology. These range from understanding the mechanisms underlying antihypertensives, antidiabetics, and anesthetics, to the mechanisms of cerebral ischemia, cardiac arrhythmia, convulsions and pain perception.
Over the last 30 years, Prof. Lazdunski and his team have not only elucidated the molecular properties of the structure and functioning of ion channels, they have used a highly diverse and sophisticated pharmacological arsenal to shed new light on the role of these ion channels and other ion transport systems in a wide range of diseases and pathological conditions.
Prof. Michel Lazdunski received the CNRS Gold Medal, the highest French scientific distinction as well as the Jung Foundation Gold Medal for Science and Research. He has received other prestigious awards such as the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for biological research (Charles Leopold Mayer Prize), the International Society for Cardiac Research Prize, the Bristol-Myers Foundation Neuroscience Award, the Athena Foundation – Institut de France Prize, the Grand Prix of the French Academy of Sciences for research of importance to the medical field and the Grand Prix of the French Foundation for Medical Research.
Prof. Michel Lazdunski is a member of several academies, including the Academia Europaea and the French Academy of Sciences. He is also a member of the Belgian Academy of Medicine.
Graduating in clinical oncology and INSEAD young managers program, Hervé has worked, at Boots Pharma, managed clinical development at Glaxo France and prepared the introduction of new products at GSK. Prior to joining Moleac, he was director of new product management for Asia-Pacific and Strategic Support for Europe at Sanofi.
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.
Claire graduated from EM Lyon and started her career in Moleac in 2009 as a business development executive. She now oversees Moleac international sales in a large number of markets in South East Asia, Middle East and North Africa.
Kasia graduated from HEC, London School Economics, University of Silesia, University of Rome la Sapienza. After starting a career in finance, Kasia joined Moleac in 2009 in Singapore as a product manager and a business developer before she was promoted to head of Global Marketing. In 2012, she relocated to Poland to open Moleac’s first overseas Rep office, overlooking EEC and CIS.
Zhou Nianmin is the General Manager of Tang Frères I&M in Beijing and the general manager of several companies of Tang Frères in China. Nianmin was born in China and has worked with Tang Frères for more than 15 years both in China and in South East Asia. Nianmin has considerable experience in setting and developing businesses in China and Thailand.
Within Moleac, Nianmin drives the negotiation and the implementation of the scientific cooperation and commercial development agreements in China.
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