With the goal of bridging the gap between cortical and subcortical (e.g. brainstem) functional connectomes and of defining a baseline for clinical studies, we computed the resting-state functional connectivity maps of 15 brainstem nuclei involved in central autonomic, limbic, nociceptive and sensory functions. We used images acquired with 7 Tesla MRI on a group of 20 healthy subjects and a recently generated probabilistic atlas of brainstem nuclei. We obtained highly significant and stable links with a good overlap with the literature. Our results also provide favorable results on the translatability of our brainstem connectome approach to conventional 3 Tesla data-sets.