Important Announcement – Changes to the Neurosurgical Atlas

We’ve reached an important reflection point for the Neurosurgical Atlas and have news to share to address its sustainability and long-term growth.

The Neurosurgical Atlas has grown beyond anything I could have imagined, serving over 70,000 members since its launch in 2016 and impacting countless patients worldwide. We are sincerely thankful to our members and for your engagement. I am writing to let you know we’re making some changes to allow significant expansion of the Atlas to best serve the work of residents, trainees, and surgeons for years to come.

Beginning April 3, 2023, the Atlas will be transitioning to an institutional subscription model where academic and medical libraries will subscribe to unlimited access for their campus and hospital communities. For those who are not affiliated with an institution, individual subscriptions will be available. See more information on access in the FAQ below.

I am truly thankful to YOU for making the Atlas the ultimate resource in cranial surgery and hope that you will continue your career journey with us by supporting the Atlas through your library or subscription. We will share more details on continued access prior to April.

In the meantime, you can help us share the value of the Atlas with your library.

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Sincerely yours,
Aaron Cohen-Gadol, MD
CEO, the Neurosurgical Atlas

Frequently asked questions about changes to the Neurosurgical Atlas

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Full 3D Models are available outside the Neurosurgical Atlas through an Atlas Meditech subscription.

You can make a difference: donate now. The Neurosurgical Atlas depends almost entirely on your donations: donate now.