Jason Kronenfeld is an undergraduate chemistry major at The University of Arizona with minors in French and math. In 2017, he joined the Renquist research group where he has worked on projects related to lactation, metabolic rate, hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance, asthma, and more. He leads work on two projects. 1) Understanding the mechanism by which heat suppresses food intake as an affect of global warming. 2) Creating a novel approach to address glycemic control for treatment of type two diabetes mellitus. Upon graduation, he intends to immediately enter a PhD program in chemistry, followed with a post-doctoral fellowship with the ultimate goal of acting as a principal investigator in academia. In his free time, Jason loves to go hiking and backpacking.