to Content

Ph.D. Eva JABLONKA Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology and the Theory of Evolution, Cohn Institute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Ideas, Tel Aviv University


 Fields of study: genetics, epigenetics, theoretical biology, evolutionary biology, behavioural ecology, history of philosophy
 Places of study: Beer Sheva University, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, London University
1976 B. SC. in Biology from Ben-Gurion University, Israel
1980 M.Sc. (with distinction) in Microbiology from Ben-Gurion University, Israel
1988 Ph.D. in Genetics from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem
1990-1993 Lecturer in the Cohn Institute, Tel-Aviv University
1993-2000 Senior Lecturer
1994-1995 Fellow of Collegium Budapest
1997-1998 Fellow of Institute for Advanced Studies, Berlin
since 2000 Associate Professor in the Cohn Institute, Tel-Aviv University
since 2000 Visiting scholar in the Museum of Vertebrale Ecology, Berkeley


Evolution - A Textbook in Evolutionary Biology, Open Univerity Press, 1994-1997
Epigenetic Inheritance and Evolution - The Lamarckian Dimension, Eva Jablonka and Marion Lamb, Oxford University Press, 1995
Animal Traditions: Behavioural Inheritance in Evolution, Eytan Avital and Eva Jablonka, Cambridge University Press, 2000


Landau Prize, 1981
Marcus Prize, 1988
Allon Fellowship, 1990