Gali Beiner (MA, ACR)

Conservator of the National Natural History Collections at the Hebrew University

Gali is the conservator of the NNHC at the Hebrew University since 2009. Her work experience includes a wide range of materials and objects, and conservation posts in institutes such as Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Liverpool Conservation Centre (UK), the Israel Museum, Pitt Rivers Museum (Oxford, UK), the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem. Gali works both with palaeontological and archaeological material and on recent natural history collections, dealing both with direct (interventive) and passive conservation.


Beiner, G.G., Lavi, M., Seri, H., Rossin, A., Lev, O., Gun, J., and R. Rabinovich. Oddy Tests: Adding the Analytical Dimension. Collections Forum (2015) vol. 29 no. 1-2, pp. 22-36.

Beiner, G.G. and R. Rabinovich. Bones and sediments: part of a synergetic continuum. Journal of Paleontological Techniques (2014) vol. 13 19-28,

Beiner, G.G. and R. Rabinovich. An elephant task – conservation of elephant remains from Revadim Quarry, Israel. Journal of the Institute of Conservation (2013) vol. 36 no. 1,

Bar Oz, G. Beiner and L. Horwitz, The excavation and conservation of animal bones from archaeological sites Chapter In press for Horowitz L. and G. Bar-Oz eds.

Beiner, G. G. and R., Rabinovich. Natural History Conservation in Jerusalem. SPNHC Newsletter (2012) vol. 26(2) pp. 1-2 and 14.

Beiner, G. Indian Mica Paintings. The Friends of the PRM Newsletter (2007) vol. 58 p. 7.

Beiner, G. Mica Paintings Revisited. ICON News (2007) issue 9 pp. 25-28

Beiner, G. and Ticca M.O Ogilvie. Thermal methods of pest eradication: their effect on museum objects, The Conservator (2006) vol. 29 pp. 5-18


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