The Atlas contains over 550 chapters of unspoken secrets of surgery, 9000 original illustrations and 1500 narrated, detailed videos of complex neurosurgical procedures. It also includes more than 210 collection of discussions by world experts.
Our mission is to enable multi-institutional and translational neuroscience and neurosurgical research across different disciplines. We are committed to our unwavering vision to remain the leading catalyst for scientific and surgical progress by establishing collaborative research networks and developing strategic partnerships. Our partnership with the Stanford University to establish the Stanford Neurosurgical Training and Innovation Center is an example of this commitment.
The research and education activity of this laboratory pertain to four different areas: endoscopic skull base anatomy, microsurgical neuroanatomy, white matter dissection with advanced white matter imaging and tractography, and virtual reality for surgical simulation and planning.
The Neurosurgical Atlas research team and neurosurgeons have published over 560 peer-reviewed articles to date in the most reputable journals in the field. Many of these transforming articles have introduced innovative and pioneering techniques to offer safer and more effective surgeries to benefit patients. These new procedures have subsequently been used by many neurosurgeons across the globe for their patients.
The Atlas team has modernized neurosurgical visualization and training via the use of unprecedented 3D and virtual reality models to lead the way for the next generation of neurosurgery.
Moreover, the Atlas has introduced complex algorithms and artificial intelligence to provide decision support for operative planning.