Graduated at the P. J. Safarik University in Kosice (Slovakia) in 1999 and received his Ph.D. at the Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic) in 2004. After completion his residency he became a neurologist and neurophysiologist at Prague Psychiatric Center and assistant professor at Charles University in Prague. His research involves the application of brain imaging techniques, particularly quantitative electroencephalography (QEEG), moving it from the analysis of waveforms to a neuroimaging tool (i.e. LORETA, low-resolution brain electromagnetic tomography), with a special interest in the evaluation of CNS drug effects in pharmaco-EEG, sleep, and event-related potentials studies. The research interest and clinical experience are mostly oriented to diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimer`s disease, affective disorders, schizophrenia, cognitive disorders, sleep disorders etc. as well as to the evaluation of CNS effects of psychoactive substances on the central nervous system with the aim of improving the prediction of response to psychopharmacological treatment. He currently is the Vice-President of the International Pharmaco EEG Society (www.ipeg-society.org ), a member of the EEG & Clinical Neuroscience Society, and a member of the European Psychiatric Association.