Dr. Moss received his Bachelors Degree in 1994 from Pennsylvania State University; he received his Medical Degree from Temple University School of Medicine in 1998. He completed two years of surgical training followed by four years of urologic and genitourinary surgical training at New York Medical College, Westchester Medical Center. Upon completing his residency in 2004, Dr. Moss commenced a two-and-a-half year fellowship in renal transplantation at SUNY at Stony Brook Medical Center. While still in residency, Dr. Moss and his twin brother, Vance, a cardiothoracic surgeon, volunteered to serve in the United States Army Reserve Medical Corps. The brothers treated wounded soldiers and civilians in war-ravaged Afghanistan and Iraq as part of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Their heroism and humanitarian efforts have been featured in The Washington Post, Staten Island Advance, CNN, ABC News, Men’s Health magazine, among others.
OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM: Kabul, Afghanistan. Completed a mission in support of the International Security Force Alliance, Medical Teams International and Morningstar. This mission involved treating special surgical conditions in field locations because villagers were unable to travel to Kabul due to the unstable nature of the area.