American Society of Neuroradiology Extends Partnership with HighWire


American Society of Neuroradiology Extends Partnership with HighWire

HighWire Press is pleased to announce that American Society of Neuroradiology (ASNR) has extended their collaboration with HighWire for another five years.

 PRINCETON, N.J., June XX 2024 – HighWire Press, the leading provider of publishing solutions to the scholarly community, is proud to announce our renewed partnership with ASNR, providing hosting solutions for the American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR), with exciting new features planned in the coming year.

HighWire is a longtime partner of the American Society of Neuroradiology, providing the hosting platform for the American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR), an internationally recognized primary source of information for all professionals engaged in the field of neuroimaging. In support of the journal’s move to an online-only model in 2025, HighWire is implementing an exciting new set of features that will increase the value of AJNR to its readers by creating a modern, personalized site experience.

HighWire secured this renewal through a competitive RFP process. HighWire’s flexibility, reliability, scalability and responsiveness have all contributed to a strong partnership with ASNR over the years. With a history of working together to customize the AJNR site, HighWire leverages a combination of innovation and industry experience to shape the journal’s digital future.

“The AJNR is excited to partner with HighWire as we shift from a hybrid online and print publication to a fully electronic format,” commented Dr. Max Wintermark, Editor in Chief of the AJNR. “HighWire will help us introduce innovative features in medical publishing, including personalized homepages and content tailored to individual reader preferences, a stack of images for interactive browsing instead of static figures, and customizable widgets for additional content.”

“Our role as an independent technology provider compels us to support the journal’s commitment to the highest standards in patient care, research, and education, and to optimize the reader and researcher experience through inspired features and design.” said Tony Alves, Senior Vice President of Products at HighWire Press.

HighWire is working closely with ASNR in a collaborative design process to ensure the new feature set is designed around the specific needs of ASNR’s users. The site will be transformed to capture user preferences and engage readers with personalized features. Users will benefit from new access methods, cutting-edge visual design, and innovative content displays including DICOM imagery and embedded rich content.

About HighWire Press

HighWire Press is a leading provider of digital publishing tools and platform solutions, across all aspects of the publishing lifecycle, including content management and hosting, e-commerce, access and identity management, manuscript submission and tracking, and analytics. Since our inception at Stanford University in the early days of the web, HighWire has remained an innovative leader, focused on the creation, production, and sharing of knowledge. We are now powered by MPS Limited, a global partner to the world’s leading publishers of scholarly and eLearning content and corporates. This combination of deep domain expertise makes HighWire the technology partner of choice for global commercial, society and academic publishers.

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About the American Journal of Neuroradiology

Established in 1980, AJNR presents the latest research and clinical observations in the field of neuroradiology, including the brain, head and neck, and spine, as well as interventional treatments. The journal is an invaluable resource for any academic or practicing neuroradiologist. The mission of AJNR is to further knowledge in all aspects of neuroimaging through the publication of quality peer-reviewed articles that lead to the highest standards in patient care, research and education. AJNR is published by the American Society of Neuroradiology and is the official publication of that Society as well as the American Society of Functional Neuroradiology, American Society of Head and Neck Radiology, American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology and American Society of Spine Radiology.

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