Dr Reinmar Hager (MSc, PhD) - personal details
2004 PhD, Trinity College, University of Cambridge
1999 MSc (Diplom-Biologe), University of Würzburg
1996-1997 Undergraduate studies in biology, University of Edinburgh
1993-1996 Undergraduate studies in economics, psychology, law and biology, Universities of Kassel, Munich and Stuttgart
2011 Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology and Postgraduate Tutor
2008 NERC Research Fellow, University of Manchester
2005 Postdoctoral Research Associate, supported by BBSRC. Manchester
2003 Postdoctoral Research Assistant, supported by Trinity College. Cambridge
Awards & Distinctions
2009-2014 DFG Emmy Noether Group Leader Fellowship, LMU Munich (not taken up)
2009 World Health Summit, Berlin, invitation
2008-2011 NERC Research Fellowship
2005-2007 DFG Emmy Noether Research Fellowship
2002-2003 Senior Rouse Ball Scholarship, Trinity College
External and Internal Committees
2014-present University Staffing Commitee, University of Manchester
2012-present NERC Peer Review College
2012-present Board of Governors, University of Manchester
2012-present Senate, University of Manchester
2011-present Research Degree Committee, University of Manchester
2008-present General Assembly, University of Manchester
2005-2009 Staff representative Evolutionary Biology, University of Manchester
Dissemination of Research
Plenaries : 6 plenaries at international conferences
Seminars : 30 invited University seminars plus 46 conference contributions
Media : research featured in numerous international radio and print media, e.g. Der Standard, Der Tagespiegel, Nature, Noorderlicht, Science, Westdeutsche Rundfunk, BBC News, mancunianmatters etc.
2010-present Review Editor - Frontiers in Genetics of Complex Traits
Number of peer-reviewed publications (first or last author): 38
Total number of peer-reviewed publications: 41
1 book Hager R, Jones CB. 2009. Reproductive skew. Cambridge UP.
Hager R, Lu L, Rosen GD, Williams RW. (2012). Genetic architecture supports mosaic brain evolution and independent brain-body size regulation. Nature Communications, 3, 1079.
Nonacs P, Hager R. (2011). The past, present and future of reproductive skew theory and experiments. Biological Reviews, 86, 271-298.
Cheverud JM, Hager R, Roseman C, Fawcett G, Wang B, Wolf JB. (2008). Genomic imprinting effects on adult body composition in mice. PNAS, 105, 4253-4258.
Wolf JB, Cheverud JM, Roseman C, Hager R. (2008). Genome-wide analysis reveals a complex pattern of genomic imprinting in mice. PLoS Genetics, 4, e1000091.
Wolf JB, Hager R. (2006). A maternal-offspring coadaptation theory for the evolution of genomic imprinting. PLoS Biology, 4(12)
Hager R, Johnstone RA. (2003). The genetic basis of family conflict resolution in mice. Nature, 421, 533-535.