Abraham Haim is a full professor in the Faculty of Science, University of Haifa, Israel. As a specialist in environmental physiology and chronobiology, Prof. Haim has published over 150 papers in scientific reviewed journals. He has supervised many graduate students, young leading scientists in academia and research institutes in Israel and beyond. Among his important scientific achievements is the first study showing that the blind mole rat is actually not blind, but seasonal acclimatization of the thermoregulatory system functions through changes in photoperiod. His focus is on the negative impact of light pollution on animals.