Kenji Cataldo is a junior in the Program in History of Science pursuing a certificate in South Asian studies. Interested broadly in the history of medicine, Kenji has conducted oral history research on acupuncture in the Princeton area and wrote his fall junior paper on the Zika epidemic in Puerto Rico. His current research explores the relationship between alchemical medicine and Eucharistic doctrine in Reformation-era Germany. Kenji enjoys learning languages and has spent his summers continuing his studies of Urdu and German through a Critical Language Scholarship and the Princeton-in-Munich Program, respectively. In addition to the MMUF, Kenji participated in Princeton’s Bridge Year Program in India and received a PIIRS Undergraduate Fellowship to conduct thesis research abroad. Outside the classroom, Kenji is a Leader Trainer in the Outdoor Action program and a devoted member of his coop.