During his post-doctoral work, he studied the mechanism of tissue plasticity and the role of microRNA that contributes to regenerative healing in adults. He was actively involved in the development of a novel non-invasive non-viral tissue nanotransfection platform that can reprogram skin fibroblasts to functional neural and endothelial-like cells.

His current research interest is on the application of nanotechnology in regenerative medicine.

In addition to all these synthetic lipid nanoparticles, his research also involves in the application of extracellular vehicles (EVs), especially the exosome as a natural delivery vehicle capable of enhancing tissue regeneration.

PhD, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, 2011
MSC, University of Calcutta, 2003
BS, University of Calcutta, 2001