Dr. Roberts has made distinguished and innovative contributions to functional and physiological imaging over the last 25 years. He is a pioneer in magnetoencephalography (MEG) and a major proponent of its potential as a biomarker in autism spectrum disorder (Roberts et al, Aut. Res 2010, Biol. Psych. 2011). He is also a thought-leader in multimodal (especially MRI/MEG) integration particularly using diffusion weighted imaging (Roberts et al., AJNR 2014) and edited MRS (Gaetz et al., Neuroimage 2014 –senior author). He is a successful mentor (4 K-awardees) and well-respected international lecturer and willing servant to many international granting agencies (incl. NIH).