Dr. Charles J. Limb, assistant professor in the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is combining his expertise in Otolaryngology with his love for playing jazz music in an innovative experimental study of the brain.
Turns out playing jazz music stimulates the part of the brain associated with self-expression. The area of the brain linked to self-censorship and inhibition, conversely, is slowed down.
And now...Mike Myers:
Dr. Charles J. Limb has clinical interest in cochlear implantation, implantable hearing devices, hearing restoration, music perception, acoustic neuroma, cholesteatoma, disorders of the skull base, dizziness, ear infections, ear surgery, imbalance, Meniere's Disease, otology, pediatric otolaryngology, and vertigo.