He studied Religion at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno, where he was primarily interested in the topics of contemporary Judaism and Jewish Messianism. Currently he is a Ph.D. candidate in sociology at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Masaryk University. His dissertation research deals with problems of transformation of social services in the Czech Republic. He conducts ethnographic research in an organization, which goes through the process of transformation and which provides services to people living with intellectual disabilities, addressing problems associated with the concepts of normality of everyday life and integration. He also participates in the sociological segment of a broader project "Case management as a complex intervention in dementia, its impact on resources utilization and the quality of life of patients and caregivers" as a researcher-ethnographer, where he focuses primarily on issues of translation and development methods of case management for people living with mental health problems. The main theoretical inspiration for his research is the work of authors associated with Actor-network-theory approach and the work of M. Foucault.