Q&A with Robert Claeser, Markus Zimmermann, and N. Jon Shah

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In today’s interview, we discuss the latest paper by Robert Claeser, Markus Zimmermann, and N. Jon Shah from the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine at the Jülich Research Centre in Germany. Their paper presents a gradient-delay corrected implementation of the spiral TAPIR (T1 mapping with partial inversion recovery) pulse sequence, which was used to acquire sub-millimeter T1 maps of rapidly relaxing compartments.

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: MRM Highlights contributor Mathieu Boudreau introduces the interviewees and their paper.
















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