Dr Evian Gordon MD, PhD - Founder and Chairman Brain Resource Company and TotalBrain (2000). Founder of the largest standardized International Brain Database. Scientific Chairman and Founding Director, The Brain Dynamics Centre, Westmead Hospital. Director of BRAINnet.net. • Principal Investigator of the first study (iSPOT) to predict treatment response in Depression. Over 250 peer-reviewed scientific publications. H-Index of over 70. Recipient of the inaugural Royal Societies Eureka Prize for Interdisciplinary Scientific Research (2003). • Published the first book on Integrative Neuroscience, titled: “Integrative Neuroscience: Bringing together biological, psychological and clinical models of the human brain” (Harwood Academic Press: London, 2000). • Brain Database: Over 1 million Datasets from 6-100 years of age and in 10 Brain Disorders and over 40 leading US Corporates (including Boeing, AARP, Cerner). The diverse measures of the brain reflect: Cognition and Emotion; Screening for mental illness; Genetics, Brain Structure and brain function (EEG, ERP, fMRI). • Over 300 scientists and 300 publications are linked to the BRC International consortium and over 250 projects in the USA, Europe and Australia use the International Database via the independent U.S. Foundation BRAINnet.net.
Simon Poidevin AM BSc (UNSW) - (AKA Poido) represented Australian Rugby Union from 1980 to 1992 as a player and as a captain and became the first Australian to play 50 tests for his country. In 1991, Simon was a member of the first Australian team to win the Rugby World Cup. He was a member of the Wallabies side that defeated New Zealand 2–1 in the 1980 Bledisloe Cup series and the 2-1series win in New Zealand in 1986. He toured with the Eighth Wallabies for the 1984 tour of Britain and Ireland that won the "grand slam", the first Australian side to defeat all four home nations, England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland. He made his debut as captain of the Wallabies in a two-Test series against Argentina in 1986
Simon was awarded an OAM in 1988, The Australian Sports Medal in 2000, The Centenary Medal in 2003 and was awarded the Member (AM) in the General Division of the Order of Australia on Australia Day 2018. He was inducted into the Sport’s Australia Hall Of Fame in 1991 and the Australian Rugby Hall Of Fame in 2014. Simon is the President of Total Brain in Australia and New Zealand.
Scott “ Razor” Robertson (AKA Razor), has been a professional Rugby player from 1996 to 2007. As a player he won 6 championships with Canterbury and Crusaders in New Zealand. Razor has 8 championships as a head coach, including New Zealand under 21s World Cup Championship in 2014, and 3 consecutive Super Rugby titles with the Crusaders in 2017, 2018 and 2019 followed by a “Covid Competition” win in 2020. Clearly the hottest coach in Rugby Union on the planet at the present time.