Good evening. Good evening. Welcome to the Hot Topics Symposium. I’m Andrey Mazarati from UCLA. Dr. Sankar and I are chairing this event. And, before we start, several announcements. First of all, we have some change in schedule in the speakers’ panel. Dr. Lewis isn’t able to attend and give a talk because of the illness and we all wish him well. Dr. Marchi agreed to give this presentation instead and we also have change in sequence. Dr. Marchi will be first because of his schedule. All Q and A session will be at the end of the symposium with the exception again of Dr. Marchi who’ll get her five minutes immediately at the end of his talk. A few words about disclosures and conflict of interests that I have to deliver: all faculty that participate in the CME activities have to disclose all real and apparent conflict of interests related to the concept of their presentations. They will do it in the course of their talks. Medical evaluator and certificates is open online and will be open until January 31st and you can complete your evaluations there. Pre- and post-tests that are used to measure the effectiveness of the presentation of the whole event, so we’d appreciate it if you complete them because they are used for the planning and evaluating of this event and the planning of future events like this.
 You have question cards included in the syllabus and you can complete those question cards and post them here. As I said, Q and A sessions will be at the end when everybody will be here and will be able to answer your questions. So, this symposium, those of you who attended last year’s symposium know that this event is different from many other events. During this meeting, it’s not monothematic, there are apparently unrelated talks and last year was a big success, we hope that this year will go as well, better. So, Sankar and I tried to pick up topics that would be interesting for both clinical and basic sciences and that it is important and hot. So, these topics range from the - and include brain imaging, prediction of seizures, mechanisms and changes associated with febrile seizures, neurobehavioral complications and consequences of epilepsy and also ... G-protein coupled receptors in - as potential therapeutic anti-epileptic drugs.
 So, the last announcement is that before we start, I’d like to ask all of you to turn off your cellphones or put them in the, at least, the vibrate mode. And, without further delays, I will introduce the first speaker, Dr. Marchi. Nicola Marchi is a professor of Neurology and Neuroscience in Pediatrics from Albert Einstein and the Secretary General of the .... One - yeah, one more thing I forgot ... for the speakers, your talks are limited to 25 minutes and we don’t have a timer here. So, we’d like to ask you to keep track of time. We’ll also give you a sign, you know, as you approach to the end. So.