MUDr. Martin Brunovský, Ph.D.
head of research programme, lecturer, head of the department, researcher
working at:  RP6 Brain Electrophysiology
Medical care: Neurophysiology and EEG
in the institution:  1999 - present
telephone: (+420) 283 088 438
fax: (+420) 283 088 439
e-mail: martin.brunovsky@nudz.cz
curriculum vitae


ResearcherID: A-5352-2017

ORCiD: 0000-0002-2483-0848

ScopusID: 6603255896

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Professional training and experience

1993 - 1999: Student of the Medical School of University of P.J.Safarik, Kosice, SR
1999 - 2000: Training course in EEG and epileptology, Prague
1999 - 2014: Prague Psychiatric Center
1999 - 2016: Department of Neurology, Bulovka Hospital, Prague, neurologist
2000: Functional skill in electroencephalography, Prague
2001:
2001: Attestation internship, Neurosurgery, Faculty Hospital, Prague
2002: Certification in neurology, 1st degree
2003: SPPS Prague, course of correlation, regression and factor analysis
2003 - 2005: Deputy Head of the EEG and Sleep laboratory, Prague Psychiatric Center
2005 - 2014: Head of the EEG and Sleep laboratory, Prague Psychiatric Center
2006: Specialized qualification for neurological profession, highest degree (Ministry of Health, Czech Republic)
2015 - present: Head of the research programme "Applied Brain Electrophysiology", National Institute of Mental Health

Membership in professional organizations

1997 - present: Member, Czech Society for Clinical Neurophysiology JEP
2002 - present: Member, Czech Society for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine
2002 - present: Member, Czech neuropsychopharmacological Society
2004 - present: Member, Section of Cognitive Neurology Czech Neurological Society CMS JEP
2004 - present: Member, The European Psychiatric Association (EPA)
2006 - present: Member, International Pharmaco EEG Group (IPEG)
2007 - present: Member, EEG and Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS)
2011 - present: Vice-president, International Pharmaco EEG Group (IPEG)
2011 - present: Member, Society of Biological Psychiatry

Awards and honors

2003: Travel grant recipient (7th Congress of the European Federation of Neurological Society - EFNS. August 30 - September 2, 2003. Helsinki, Finland)
2004: 3rd Place, the Werner Herrmann Memorial Grant 2004 competition (International PharmacoEEG Group Symposium, Antwerp, Belgium)
2004: Best Poster Award - prize for the best poster within 12th Congress of the Association of European Psychiatrists, Geneva (1st place, AEP)
2004: Travel grant recipient (The International Society for NeuroImaging in Psychiatry (ISNIP) and EEG & Clinical Neuroscience Society (ECNS) JOINT MEETING, Irvine, CA
2004: Alois Alzheimer Prize for the best work in the field of diagnosis and treatment of dementia in 2003. (2nd place, Amepra)
2005: Travel grant recipient (9th Congress of the European Federation of Neurological Society - EFNS. Spetember 17-20, 2005. Athens, Greece)
2006: The Werner M. Herrmann Memorial Grant, (PAREXEL International and IPEG)
2006: The 14th Biennial Congress of International Pharmaco-EEG Society Symposium Poster Session Award
2008: Prize of Czech Neuropsychopharmacological Society (ČNPS) for the best poster in the field Antidepressants: Kopeček M., Bareš M., Brunovský M., Novák T., Stopková P., Šóš P. EEG cordance as a predictor of antidepressant response.
2010: Poster Prize Adward, XXVII CINP Congress, 6.-10.June 2010, Hong Kong, China. (Awarded 9th June 2010, Tomas Palenicek, Czech republic) P-20-075- The effect of ketamine on sensorimotor gating, EEGH spectra and conherence – comparison of human and animal data.

Specialization

2000: Functional proficiency in electroencephalography
2001: Attestation of neurology I. degree
2004: Low resolution brain electromagnetic tomography (LORETA) - worskop
2006: Specialized qualification to perform medical profession of doctor in the Czech Republic in the field of neurology (under Act. no. 95/2004).
2006: Czech Medical Chamber license for the exercise of private medical practice, the performance of the professional representative and to provide advisory services in the field of neurology.

Teaching activities

2000 - 2002: Teaching undergraduate students in Higher Medical School, Prague
2002 - 2003: Teaching neurology and psychiatry at orderly courses FN Bulovka
2004 - present: Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Medical Psychology, 3rd Medical Faculty of Charles University in Prague

Thesis

2004: Objective diagnostics and evaluation of vigilance changes in dementia

Publications

Most important publications

BAREŠ, M., BRUNOVSKÝ, M., KOPEČEK, M., STOPKOVÁ, P., NOVÁK, T., KOŽENÝ, J., HÖSCHL, C. Changes in QEEG prefrontal cordance as a predictor of response to antidepressants in patients with treatment resistant depressive disorder: a pilot study. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 2007, 41(3-4), 319-325. ISSN 0022-3956. DOI: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2006.06.005. IF 3.710.

JOBERT, M., WILSON, F., RUIGT, G., BRUNOVSKÝ, M., PRICHEP, L., DRINKENBURG, W. Guidelines for the recording and evaluation of pharmaco-EEG data in man: The international pahrmaco-EEG society (IPEG). Neuropsychobiology. 2012, 66(4), 201-220. ISSN 0302-282X. DOI: 10.1159/000343478. IF 2.371.

HORÁČEK, J., BRUNOVSKÝ, M., NOVÁK, T., ŠKRDLANTOVÁ, L., KLÍROVÁ, M., BUBENÍKOVÁ-VALEŠOVÁ, V., KRAJČA, V., TIŠLEROVÁ, B., KOPEČEK, M., ŠPANIEL, F., MOHR, P., HÖSCHL, C. Effect of low-frequency rTMS on electromagnetic tomography (LORETA) and regional brain metabolism (PET) in schizophrenia patients with auditory hallucinations. Neuropsychobiology. 2007, 55(3-4), 132-142. ISSN 0302-282X. DOI: 10.1159/000106055. IF 1.992.

BRUNOVSKÝ, M., MATOUŠEK, M., EDMAN, A., ČERVENÁ, K., KRAJČA, V. Objective assessment of the degree of dementia by means of EEG. Neuropsychobiology. 2003, 48(1), 19-26. ISSN 0302-282X. DOI: 10.1159/000071824. IF 1.479.

HORÁČEK, J., BRUNOVSKÝ, M., NOVÁK, T., KOHÚTOVÁ, B., PÁLENÍČEK, T., BUBENÍKOVÁ-VALEŠOVÁ, V., ŠPANIEL, F., KOPŘIVOVÁ, J., MOHR, P., BALÍKOVÁ, M., HÖSCHL, C. Subanesthetic dose of ketamine decreases prefrontal theta cordance in healthy volunteers: implications for antidepressant effect. Psychological Medicine. 2010, 40(9), 1443-1451. ISSN 0033-2917. DOI: 10.1017/S0033291709991619. IF 5.200.


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