The presentations by Charles Limb give insight into what happens inside a musician's brain when they are submerged in deep bouts of creativity.
Charles Limb obtained his medical degree from the Yale University School of Medicine. With a passionate interest in music and playing all of sax, bass and piano himself, he specialized in otolaryngology. He completed research at the National Institute of Health with Allen R. Braun, studying the connection between a musical genius' improvisational ability and neurological activity.
He currently works at the John Hopkins Hospital as a surgeon, hearing specialist and faculty member while performing as a sax player on the side. He is also an Associate Professor at the Peabody Conservatory of Music.
Limb is an example of someone who harnessed a powerful interest and subsequently uncovered more about the topic for the benefit of society. The presentations by Charles Limb let enable people to better understand the artistic ability of abstract individuals.