Thank you Greg. In the name of the other two co-chairs, Tray Glauser and Steve White, I would like to thank you for joining us for this American Epilepsy Society Tenth Annual AET Symposium. Before we start, I do need to cover just a few items. This symposium is sponsored by the American Epilepsy Society. The program and its repurposing on the AES website is supported by an educational grant from Ortho-McNeil Neurologics with additional funding from GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Schwarz Pharma, and UCB Pharma. As for all symposia, I’m going to remind you that it is the policy of the AES that all faculty participating in the CME activities disclose to the program audience real and apparent conflicts of interest related to the content of their presentation and discussion of unlabelled and unapproved uses of drugs and medical devices.
 I would also like to remind you that your CME credit will be obtained through the online evaluator. It will be open until January 31. You will have to take the post test and fill out the appropriate items by January 31 to get your CME credit. I would also like to thank you for taking time to complete the pre and post test. It assists us in measuring the learning objectives. Question cards are included in your syllabus handout. Please pass the questions to the center or end of each aisle at the end of each presentation and someone will come by to collect them. Please write the name of the speaker you are addressing the question to. That will help us for the Q&A session that we will have at the end.