Josh grew up in Bartlett Tennessee where he attended Evangelical Christian School. Josh studied pre-pharmacy and was a member of the baseball team at Union University in Jackson Tennessee. Josh attended pharmacy school at the University of Tennessee at Memphis. Josh started his career at his father's pharmacy, the Bartlett Prescription Shop. This experience allowed him to develop a passion for compounding medication to meet the unique needs of each patient. Josh and his wife, Summer Regel, Pharm.D., opened Regel Pharmalab in 2003, in Cordova Tennessee. Josh is a member of the Tennessee Pharmacist Association and held the position of chairman of the ad hoc committee on compounding. He has also held the position of president of the Memphis Area Pharmacist Society. He is now serving as the region 4 director of the American College of Apothecaries. Recently, Josh has been added as a member of the advisory counsel for the Professional Compounding Centers of America. He is also a member of the International Association of Compounding Pharmacist. Josh has presented to several professional organizations on topics such as compounding with transdermal medications, Nasal and Otic Compounding, and Developing a niche in compounding pharmacy. Josh is also an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee where he provides a professional site for student pharmacists to learn about compounding pharmacy. He also lectures to the first year and third year students about different topics on compounding. Josh has had opportunities to work with St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on several studies and has been published in the journal Pediatric Blood and Cancer for his support in the article entitled "Alternative Formulations of Sorafenib for Use in Children".