Dr. Molina holds an appointment as Assistant Professor I at the esteemed UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, where he brings his expertise as an internist and adult rheumatologist to the next generation of medical professionals. He is an alumnus of the UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery and College of Science, where he earned his Doctor of Medicine and Bachelor’s degree, respectively. He is a diplomate and fellow of the Philippine College of Physicians, Philippine Rheumatology Association, and Philippine Society of Critical Care Medicine. He practices his craft in some of Manila’s leading hospitals, including The Medical City Ortigas, St. Luke’s Medical Center Quezon City, and Asian Hospital and Medical Center Alabang. He is the clerkship coordinator for rheumatology in UST-FMS, the current section head of Rheumatology at Unihealth Southwoods Hospital and Medical Center, and a member of the research committee of the section of critical care medicine at Asian Hospital. He has published and presented locally and internationally on a diverse range of topics, including the intricacies of systemic lupus erythematosus, febrile neutropenia, critical illness polyneuropathy, and the fascinating role of the neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio in COVID-19 management.