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.
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.
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.
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)
Creative Content Writer at GCPA | Four Years of Experience in Content Writing
Feel free to contact me at Team@gcpawards.com