Dr. Moss has published over 100 articles, chapters and abstracts on various topics related to brain research, most of them focused on the development of MSF for Alzheimer's dementia. His work has appeared in highly respected medical journals including Brain Research, Nature, Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, and Neurobiology of Aging. He has also served on the Editorial Board of Neurobiology of Aging. The Governor of Texas, W.P. Clements, appointed Dr. Moss to two terms on the Texas Council on Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders. He has also won numerous awards including the University of Texas at El Paso Award for Excellence in Research (1991) and the University of Texas at El Paso Award for Excellence in Teaching (1996), making him one of the few faculty members to win university awards for both teaching and research.
Dr. Moss is a nationally and internationally recognized expert on acetylcholinesterse inhibitors and their use in the facilitation of memory, especially in aging and Alzheimer's disease. He has spoken on Alzheimer's disease and its treatment at many national and international conferences.
Dr. Moss is also the award-winning author of Alzheimer's: My Journey to a Next Genation Treatment (2013 EVVY Award for Autobiography/Memoir).