Q&A with Sebastian Papazoglou and Siawoosh Mohammadi


In today’s interview, we highlight the recent work by first author Sebastian Papazoglou and last author Siawoosh Mohammadi from University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. They propose a new biophysically motivated method for removing the orientation-dependent part of R2* using a single GRE measurement.  The authors show us some exciting results using 7T ex-vivo optic chiasm data and share their personal experiences about the project.  

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.

0:00 MRM Highlights contributor Emilie McKinnon sets the stage for the Q&A.