Dr. Molly Maloof is passionate about extending healthspan through her medical practice, personal brand, and educational endeavors. Dr. Molly provides health optimization and personalized medicine to high achieving entrepreneurs, investors, and technology executives in San Francisco and Los Angeles. She is a lecturer within the Wellness Department of the Medical School at Stanford University where she created a course entitled, “Live Better Longer: Extending Healthspan to Lengthen Lifespan.” Since 2012, she has also worked as an advisor or consultant to more than 45 companies in the digital health, consumer health, and biotechnology industries needing help with clinical strategy, product development, clinical research and scientific marketing. Molly Maloof is on the frontier of personalized medicine, digital health technologies, biofeedback assisted lifestyle interventions, and scientifically-based wellness products and services. She is working on patents for a stealth psychedelic pharmaceutical company and is the cofounder of the supplement company Adaptive/IQ. She co-hosts the Psychedelic News Hour every Friday at 11:30 PT within the Psychedelic Clubhouse (which she & her cohost founded) on the app Clubhouse. She is writing a book on biohacking for women with Harper Wave Books.


The three M’s in the logo stand for Molly Maloof MD. The triangle has been used deep symbolism throughout history. The Greeks saw a triangle as a symbol of a doorway and a delta symbol for change. It can represent transformation towards the highest points of human potential—self-actualization and ego transcendence. When pointed upward it represents rising up and achieving dreams and ambitions. It shows us how working together can unite people. It is connected to the number three, representing love-truth-wisdom, body-mind-spirit connection, past-present-future, waxing-waning-full phases of the moon, and creation-preservation-destruction. The arms of the triangle expand out, which represents Dr. Molly’s mission of extending health span and human potential. 

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