Q&A with Philipp Ehses and Tony Stöcker


In today’s interview, we highlight the latest paper by first author Philipp Ehses and last author Tony Stöcker, from the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases in Bonn, Germany. The paper is entitled “Whole-brain B1-mapping using three-dimensional DREAM” (DREAM: Dual Refocusing Echo Acquisition Mode) and below are their thoughts on B1 mapping and the importance of transparency in research.

For those who would like to get a quick overview of our discussion, below is an annotation of the interview. Clicking on the timestamp will take you to the exact video location where the topic is discussed.

00:00 Introduction: The authors briefly catch up with Nikola, who has interviewed Philipp previously for MRM Highlights, and provide an overview of their background and how they became involved in this work.