Website Organization

Neurotorium is structured to provide users with free, high-quality educational materials organized by themes within psychiatry and neurology. The content is grouped under themes, and currently, we have 6 themes these are :

The platform remains up to date as we consistently introduce new themes and update existing themes with experts to ensure users have access to the latest information in psychiatry and neurology.

Free Slide Decks

Our platform comprises a wide range of ready slide decks for download and use. All is free!
You can always expect to find basic concepts and definitions of each brain disease on our platform and more advanced information on the Neurobiology and Treatment Principles of brain diseases.

Illustrations & Images

Browse our library of downloadable psychiatry and neurology images – everything you need for presentations. This resource includes illustrations and visuals about principal clinical concepts and neuroscience facts.

Neurotorium Articles

Neurotorium offers in-depth articles covering various brain-related topics. Our articles provide a detailed exploration of current research, emerging trends, and key concepts within psychiatry and neurology and are accompanied by figures or tables that are free to download.

Create a Workspace

You can create a user profile and write notes, save your favorite content for later, or share your content collections with others. This feature allows you to have your personal workspace to save content and material you would like to return to, work with, or share with others. It’s available to all and without cost.

3D Brain Atlas

One of Neurotorium’s distinctive features is the 3D Brain Atlas, which comprehensively explores human brain structures. You can navigate a 360-degree view, make incisions, access detailed information, and download brain images for presentations. This interactive tool facilitates a nuanced understanding of the brain’s complex anatomy.

Frequently asked questions:

How does Neurotorium ensure the quality and accuracy of its educational content?

Neurotorium upholds a rigorous review process, with contributions from professors and experts worldwide. Our global faculty ensures that the content remains at the forefront of advancements in psychiatry, neurology, and neuroscience, maintaining a standard of excellence in the information provided on the platform.

Is all the educational material free?

Yes, Neurotorium is committed to providing everyone with equal access to brain-related knowledge.

Who uses Neurotorium?

Neurotorium is designed for a broad audience, including clinicians, healthcare professionals, educators, students, researchers, and anyone interested in learning about the brain.

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