Klaus Reinhardt

Klaus Reinhardt

I am Full Professor, heading the Applied Zoology lab at TU Dresden.

In addition to Sperm Biology (sperm metabolism, sperm ecology) and Mito-Nuclear Interactions, and some very cautious excursions into Ecological Lipidology (a name that we coined), I am broadly interested in insects (e.g., see here the lovely bedbugs in a close-up video). I also represent these topics in teaching. More details on research interests on this site, on publications here, and here. And, I have an interest in Cultural Entomology.

Previous Affiliations

2014 – 2019 I held one of ten Open Topics Tenure Track Positions supported by the German Excellence Initiative at TU Dresden.

2014 Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Department of Evolutionary Neuroethology (Visiting Scientist)

2010 -2014 Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Institute for Ecology and Evolution (Volkswagen Foundation)

12/10, 04/11 Institute for Advanced Studies (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin)

2010 Université de Perpignan, Visiting Professor (Professeur visité)

2005 – 2010 University of Sheffield, Dept of Animal & Plant Sciences, Independent Research Fellow (NERC, Wellcome Trust)

2002 – 2005 University of Sheffield, Dept of Animal & Plant Sciences, postdoc

2001 – 2002 University of Leeds, postdoc with Roger Butlin (Marie Curie Fellowship)

2001 Illinois State University, postdoc with Scott Sakaluk (Feodor-Lynen Stipendium of the Alexander-von-Humboldt Foundation)