Yael Hashiloni-Dolev is a sociologist of health and illness and a member of Israel’s National Bioethics Council. Her areas of interest include new reproductive technologies, genetics, gender, bioethics, contemporary parenthood and posthumous reproduction.
She has authored three books: A Life (Un)Worthy of Living: Reproductive Genetics in Israel and Germany (Springer, 2007), The Fertility Revolution (Modan, 2013, in Hebrew), and New Reproductive Technologies: Social and Bio-Ethical Debates (Open University, in Hebrew). She published many articles on reprogenetics, sex selection, the moral status of the embryo and cryo-preservation.
She is also a co-editor of Boas, H., Hashiloni-Dolev, Y., Davidovitch, N., Filc D. and Lavi, S. (Eds). 2018. Bioethics and Biopolitics in Israel: Socio-Legal, Political and Empirical Analysis. Cambridge University Press.