Aria Walls

University of Washington, Class of 2020
Major: Molecular Cellular Developmental Biology

Aria Walls graduated from Woodinville High School in Woodinville, WA in 2016 after spending her senior year participating in the Running Start program at Cascadia Community College. During high school, she was the co-president of the Woodinville High School Animal Rights Club and volunteered at Homeward Pets Adoption Center for a year and half.

Education, Honors, and Awards

  • GenOM ALVA Intern, Summer 2016
  • Woodinville High School Graduate, 2016
  • AP Scholar with Honors, August 2015

Research Interests

As a GenOM ALVA intern during the summer of 2016, Aria worked in the Carothers Lab. Her project focused on integrating T7 RNA polymerase variants into biological pathways so as to increase the possible control of pathways in general. Since ALVA, she has continued working in the Carothers lab as an undergraduate research assistant. She has contributed to several research projects including the quantification of metabolic burden per output in heterologous expression systems/feedback inhibition circuits and the development of a complex oligosaccharide biosensor from an enriched RNA aptamer.


Research Projects

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