We have been extremely busy and productive at NeoStem as we continue to implement our Company's strategic growth and development plans, all the while never losing sight of our responsibility to the health and wellness of the public. Our pipeline of proprietary cell therapy products continues to develop and, most notably, we are on track to complete enrollment of our PreSERVE Phase 2 clinical trial this year, investigating the Company's most advanced product candidate, AMR-001, in preserving heart function after a severe heart attack, with data read out 6-8 months after the last patient is infused. PCT continues to strengthen its presence in the contract development and manufacturing arena. And lastly, our Company has undergone a positive corporate change by moving our stock listing to NASDAQ intended to make us more competitive in the marketplace and enhance exposure to institutional shareholders, while at the same time providing investors with the best prices, the fastest execution and lowest cost per trade.Finally, our search for the brightest talent to make our Company the "best in class" has brought us experienced industry executives that we believe will assist in maximizing shareholder value. We have recently added four new key members to our management team – each a seasoned executive in the field – raising the Company's profile in the industry, increasing our core knowledge and skill base, and increasing our competitiveness amongst our peers. The team members include Dr. Douglas Losordo, Chief Medical Officer; Robert Dickey IV, Chief Financial Officer; Stephen W. Potter, Executive Vice President; and Robert Shaw, Vice President of Commercial Sales, PCT. I'd like to share details on some of our recent highlights and developments. CLINICAL AND DEVELOPMENT UPDATES NeoStem continues to advance its research and development efforts. Our proprietary product development pipeline targets unmet medical needs in conditions such as cardiovascular disease (acute myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure, and traumatic brain injury), immune disorders (type 1 diabetes, steroid resistant asthma, and organ rejection) and tissue repair (periodontitis, wound healing, osteoporosis, macular degeneration, acute radiation syndrome, and other indications).