Sanja Budisavljevic pursued her Master (2008) and PhD in Neuroscience (2013) within the Natbrainlab based at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’ College London. Her work focused on white matter connectivity underlying language and social cognition in both neurologically healthy subjects and those affected by autism spectrum disorder using diffusion tensor imaging. Since 2009 she worked as a neuroanatomy demonstrator for the BSc in Neuroscience, and from 2010 she delivered lectures for both the BSc and the MSc in Neuroscience at King’s College, London. In April 2013 she moved to Bordeaux (France) for a post doctoral fellowship within the Groupe d’Imagerie Neurofonctionnelle (GIN), working on motor imagery and functional neuroimaging techniques. In May 2014 she joined NEMO within the Department of General Psychology at the University of Padova. Her current research interests revolve around white matter connectivity related to the motor control system.