Co-leader of the Systems Neuropsychiatry research team for the Neuropsychiatry Centre at the University of Melbourne, Dr. Fornito has worked in the field of imaging connectomics for the past five years. He has published 70+ journals articles since receiving his PhD in 2007 and has garnered over 1400 citations (h-index 24). He works on both the development of novel methodologies and their application to neuroscientific and clinical questions. He came to the field as a Psychologist with little training in mathematics or physics and is thus keenly aware of the needs of the non-expert being introduced to the field. Research Fellow at the Neuroscience Institute of the University of Melbourne, Dr. Zalesky has published 50+ journal articles since receiving his PhD in 2007, and his strategies for parcellating the brain into distinct regions have been cited more than 70 times since publication less than two years ago. He led the development of the network-based statistic, a popular method related to work on the human connectome. Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Brain Mapping Unit at the University of Cambridge, Dr. Bullmore is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of imaging connectomics. His team was among the first to generate whole-brain connectomic maps using human MRI and he has published seminal review articles in Nature Reviews Neuroscience. He has published over 350 journal articles (h-index 83), is frequently invited as a keynote speaker at conferences on the topic, and currently acts as an advisor to the Human Connectome Project.