National Institute of Mental Health

Basic information

Centre for Technology Transfer (CTT) is an integral part of National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) providing support and services for knowledge and technology transfer. Centre for Technology Transfer covers:

  • Identification and verification of research results with potential market applications
  • Projects feasibility evaluation
  • Patent and legal counselling related to technology transfer
  • Protection of intellectual property
  • Consultations and financial support
  • Comprehensive realization and commercialization plans
  • Analysis of market opportunities
  • Networking and industry partner search
  • Organization and development of technology platforms
  • Contractual research and licensing consultations

National Institute of Mental Health originated from Prague Psychiatric Centre on 1st January 2015 and is located at Topolová 748, 250 67 Klečany. The establishment of a new modern centre oriented on research and clinical care was made possible by a project financed by Operational Programme Research and Development for Innovation. NIMH is meant to become national reference institution for the field of mental health. NIMH programme is focused on researching neurobiological mechanisms that lead to development of severe mental disorders (schizophrenia, depression, anxiety and stress reactions). Research also includes development and testing of new diagnostic and therapeutic methods. Our approach is based upon interconnection of methods of molecular biology, animal modelling and clinical research and testing.

O instituci

Full name: National Institute of Mental Health
Member of since: 2017
Type of membership: regular member

Contact technology information

Name of workplace: Centre for Technology Transfer and Applied Research
Contact address: Topolová 748 250 67 Klecany
Name and surname: Šimon Skovajsa
Name and surname: Instituce Valeš