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Colin Carlson – A Global Change Biologist & A Former Child Prodigy

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Colin Carlson, born in 1996, is a former child prodigy who made incredible accomplishments at a very young age. He also got the Harry S. Truman Scholarship when he was just 14, which streamed national headlines and came into the public eye. It’s a federally assisted scholarship provided to U.S. undergraduate students for great supervision, accomplishments, and a commitment to community service.

Early Life

Colin Carlson is the main playwright of the narration “Parasite biodiversity faces extinction and redistribution in a changing climate,” which suggested in the journal Science Advances that about a third of all sycophant species could vanish by 2070 because of climate emergency. It’s a cause of concern because the loss of louse, worms, and bees could reproduce different sycophants with destructive health results.

Prodigy sues, claiming age discrimination holding him back
Colin Carlson

At age 13, he filed a petition at the University of Connecticut for Ageism, as he was unable to take a course asking for field study abroad in Africa. 

Works By Colin Carlson

He has also worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at SESYNC and has operated on the insinuation of climate engineering and the spread of disease by mosquitoes due to global warming. He is a global change biologist and has a keen interest in the dynamics and diversity of diseases in wildlife.

SESYNC Welcomes Postdoctoral Fellow Colin Carlson | SESYNC
An incredibel former prodigy

Currently, He is working as a Postdoctoral fellow at Georgetown University in the Biology Department. Although, he holds specialization in Spatial ecology, climate change, ecological modeling, and host-parasite interactions. Moreover, Dr Colin Carlson is famous for achieving greater heights at a younger age and for not letting his age be any barrier to his dreams.

Awards received by Colin Carlson – 

  • Pacific Standard “30 under 30” (2015)
  • Pearson Prize National Fellowship (2011)
  • Harry S. Truman Scholarship (2011)
  • Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship (2011)
  • Morris K. Udall Scholarship (2010)

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Bharti Bisht Creative Content Writer at GCPA | Four Years of Experience in Content Writing Feel free to contact me at