Thank you very much, Greg. And itís a really happy occasion for me to welcome you all to this yearís Merritt-Putnam symposium. Let me dispense with some of the
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 Reminders, which I think many of you know, but please turn off your cell phones. This symposium, again, is sponsored by an educational grant from Pfizer for which we are truly grateful. Faculty disclosures and other information can be found in your handouts. Well, the title of this yearís symposium is one that I think is really one of the major important strategies for making progress in epilepsy treatment in the future. I think we need to find better ways of separating good brain from bad brain, from tracing the pathways that we need to treat and identifying and isolating them so we can leave the others alone. And this is important not only for taking care of individual patient that you see, but also for the molecular and cellular scientists who begin to mine a lot of databases at the molecular level and genetic level using new tools like the Allen Gene [SP] 1:15 Brain Atlas to identify targets that are specific to the regions that we need to correct and that would perhaps allow us to design drugs that would leave the other regions alone. So these are challenging tasks and itís great to sort of give a report card of where we stand now with applying the tools. We couldnít do that, first, without really identifying where the epileptologists are. And so I want to tell you about a new tool I found to help us with that.
 Itís called Google Epileptologist and itís loading now.
 And basically what you do is have a look at the planet
 And you can quickly zoom in on the correct hemisphere just as you would with your patients,
 Go to, letís see, Ventura, California,
 And as it tracks you down you look for the spike and youíll see one in this picture that identifies where the epileptologists are. And if youíre even more curious
 You can always zoom in a little further and find out thatís where weíre all meeting today and if you really want to find out where the smart ones are sitting,
 Youíll go right into the convention center and look at the Merritt-Putnam symposium.