Dov Berger currently lecturer in the Lifshitz College of Jewish Education, Israel. He is also serves Rabbi in the Yeshivat Hameiry, Jerusalem. He is towards finishing his Ph.D. from the Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel. Dov Berger scientific interests are in the areas of: Theory of Evolution and the Philosophy of Rabbi Kook, the relationship between sciences and faith, and the evolution of t-haplotype in wild populations of Mus domesticus.
Rachel Ben-Shlomo, Esther Neufeld, Dov Berger Sarah Lenington and Uzi Ritte (2007) The Dynamic of the t-Haplotype in Wild Populations of the House Mouse Mus musculus domesticus In Israel, Mammalian Genome 18: 164-172.