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The American Society for Microbiology Signs with ChronosHub for Enhanced Article Submissions

Event duration October 16, 2023
Event location Copenhagen, Denmark

The American Society for Microbiology Signs with ChronosHub for Enhanced Article Submissions

Copenhagen, Denmark - The American Society for Microbiology (ASM) has signed with ChronosHub, enabling ASM authors to use ChronosHub’s manuscript submission service. The ChronosHub platform allows ASM authors to submit their manuscripts quickly and easily, using the platform’s AI metadata extraction to reduce manual work while benefiting from guidance for funder policy compliance and APC quotation, including discount and waiver eligibility during submission. 

The platform also verifies, corrects, and enriches the metadata it extracts by matching it against identifiers, thereby solving issues upstream and avoiding unnecessary manual work later in the process. After the submission is processed, ChronosHub sends the manuscript and all the metadata to ASM’s peer review system.  

“We love what ChronosHub has built a platform that is simple, intuitive and easy to use. By centering the author’s journey during submission, we aim to provide a more transparent path toward publication,” said David Haber, Publishing Operations Director, American Society for Microbiology. “With our shift to Subscribe to Open (S2O), it’s even more important to bring clarity about the benefits of publishing with ASM to our authors, and by partnering with ChronosHub, we will be able to accomplish that.”  

ASM announced a strategic shift to a Subscribe to Open (S2O) publishing model for the 2025 subscription year for its 6 subscription journal titles. “By creating a straightforward and simple submission process, we will help ensure that our authors can stay focused on advancing their research and pursuing new realms of the microbial sciences,” Haber said. 

“We’ve only launched our submission service earlier this year and have quite a lot of interest and positive feedback,” says Christian Grubak, co-CEO and founder of ChronosHub. “We’re looking forward to getting the first publishers live on it during next year.” 

The American Society for Microbiology will go live on the ChronosHub platform in mid-2024. 

Read more about our submission service here.

About the American Society for Microbiology 

The American Society for Microbiology is one of the largest professional societies dedicated to the life sciences and is composed of 36,000 scientists and health practitioners. ASM's mission is to promote and advance the microbial sciences.  
ASM advances the microbial sciences through conferences, publications, certifications, educational opportunities and advocacy efforts. It enhances laboratory capacity around the globe through training and resources. It provides a network for scientists in academia, industry and clinical settings. Additionally, ASM promotes a deeper understanding of the microbial sciences to diverse audiences.  

About ChronosHub 

Headquartered in Copenhagen, ChronosHub is an online platform meeting the needs of all stakeholders in the research community: publishers, institutions, funders, and researchers. ChronosHub supports authors to select suitable journals for their manuscript submissions by making funding policies and institutional agreements transparent. ChronosHub streamlines the publishing workflow for publishers, institutions, and funders for effective APC management, funding policy compliance, automated repository deposits, and OA reporting. 

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Twitter: @ChronosHub


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