Thousands of researchers from around the world have joined PeerJ.

Institutional plans

Institutions can save tens of thousands with the PeerJ model. We've worked with dozens of institutions to develop a "pre-pay" model fit for any sized institution. When your researchers come to us they'll be able to utilize these pre-paid plans. Let us know what your requirements are by filling out the form below and we'll get in touch to answer your questions.

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Read their stories

Memorial University of Newfoundland
With an enrollment of ~18,000, Memorial University of Newfoundland is a comprehensive university located in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.

Read the case study of why it joined PeerJ.

Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University is a private research university in Pennsylvania, United States. More than 6,200 postgraduates and 6,000 undergraduates are enrolled, with a faculty greater than 1,400.

Read the case study of why CMU joined PeerJ.

Arizona State University
Arizona State University is the largest public university in the USA with an enrollment greater than 72,000. It is a public research university located in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area of Arizona, US.

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Trinity University
Trinity University is a private, primarily undergraduate, liberal arts college in midtown San Antonio, Texas, US with an enrollment of ~3,000.

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Oregon State University
Oregon State University is a land-grant institution with an enrollment of ~4,100 graduates and ~585 doctoral candidates.

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University of Amsterdam
The University of Amsterdam is a public university located in the Netherlands with an enrollment of more than 29K students and 2,300 faculty.

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What some of our academic advisors are saying

PeerJ brings an exciting and refreshing model of scientific dissemination. I am very pleased to be part of the PeerJ initiative.

Karl Friston

I am excited about PeerJ and predict that it will be successful as academics around the world recognize its unique value. I recommend my colleagues to join and to have their papers published there (and made available Open Access).

Uta Francke

The availability of PeerJ as an open access journal deserves all of our support. The mode of publication is obviously unique and will hopefully find broad support.

Harald zur Hausen - Nobel Laureate

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