Much more extraordinary than anything we can imagine
Dr. Thomas Insel: In spite of this being a celebration of all these new awards you hear all of us being very excited, the fact is we’re all incredibly humble right now. We realize that relative to what we know about the heart, the kidney and the liver we don’t even have a parts list for the brain. We don't know all the different cell types, we don’t know where all the salient circuits are and even exactly how to define a circuit. So, as Cory said this is really a time of discovery so we’d love to sort of imagine where we’ll be in a decade. But the reality is that it will probably be, wherever we are in a decade, it will probably be much more extraordinary than anything we can imagine right now. And we want to be open to that.