Identifying the root cause of neurologic, psychiatric, and behavioral disorders.
The Cunningham Panel is an aid to a physician’s diagnosis of an infection-triggered autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder.
Leaders in autoimmunity testing for neuropsychiatric illnesses
Mental illness, behavioral disorder, or autoimmune encephalitis?
Science That Impacts Lives.
Physicians worldwide are using the Cunningham Panel™ to help guide diagnosis and target treatments.
Dr. Craig Shimasaki, president and CEO of Moleculera Labs, discusses the company’s mission to develop and offer advanced testing services that will help clinicians identify autoimmune-induced neuropsychiatric conditions.
Dr. Madeleine Cunningham explains how the Cunningham Panel™ can assist in determining whether an autoimmune process may be causing a person’s neurologic and/or psychiatric symptoms.
testimonial Wendy“My son began having symptoms of ADHD and autism. He had severe social anxiety and fits of rage. The doctors didn’t have an answer. He had a history of strep infections and eventually a psychiatrist suspected he had PANDAS. The Cunningham Panel™ test results confirmed the diagnosis and helped the doctor develop a treatment plan. The test gave us piece of mind that we finally had the right answer.”— Wendy
testimonial Martha“I am so thankful to have had the Cunningham Panel™ to confirm my daughter’s PANDAS diagnosis. Your nurse hit the nail on the head when she pointed out that one of her high markers can be associated with anger. That is the first thing we notice when she begins to flare, and no one else ever made this connection. We are so appreciative to have quantifiable results because we second-guessed ourselves so many times, and now we know it's not just our imagination, bad parenting or some kind of hidden psychiatric illness. Thank you so much for giving us hope!”— Martha
testimonial Lori“We had the Cunningham Panel™ test done on my daughter. She had OCD, separation anxiety and tics but also a lot of physical discomfort from joint pain and muscle aches. She was in treatment but never got completely well. The test results confirmed she had an autoimmune problem. I am so grateful we had a test that could help us figure out the diagnosis and determine the best treatment plan.”— Lori