Meir Sendor was the Rabbi of the Young Israel of Sharon, MA for over two decades before moving to Sfat in the north of Israel. He received his ordination from the Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University and his Doctorate in Medieval Jewish History from Harvard University. Rabbi Sendor has served as a visiting professor at Brandeis University, and an instructor for the Me’ah Program of Hebrew College. He lectures on medieval Jewish history, medieval Jewish philosophy and Kabbalah, the philosophy of Jewish law, the history of Jews and medicine and Jewish medical ethics, and serves on Bioethics Advisory Boards. He has written on issues in Jewish spirituality, Halakhah and Jewish history.