Dr. Paritosh Ghosh received his Ph.D. from the University of North Texas at the Department of Biology. He then did his post-doctoral training at the Department of Biochemistry, Michigan State University under the supervision of Dr. Jack Preiss. He then joined as a Staff Fellow in the Laboratory of Experimental immunology at the National Cancer Institute, Frederick, Maryland. There he studied the transcriptional regulation of interferon gamma gene and its role in cancer. He then joined as a Staff Scientist in the Laboratory of Immunology (currently is a part of Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Immunology) under the supervision of Dr. Dan Longo, where he studied the mechanism of T-cell activation and differentiation particularly the role of mitochondria. Currently, he is a member of the Laboratory of Clinical Investigation in the Diabetes Section under the supervision of Dr. Josephine Egan. He is involved in studying the role of extracellular vesicles in intercellular communication and pathologies. He has published over 50 peer-reviewed journal articles.