Moss helped to launch International Long QT Syndrome Registry.

In 1979, Moss helped to launch International Long QT Syndrome Registry, a database of families with the LQTS trait through the generations of the affected gene hunters used the registry to track down more than. 300 genetic mutations of seven versions of versions of LQTS by the results of patients in the registry over many years, the researchers are now draw accurate conclusions about the risk.

The statistical analysis showed that with two or more two or more fainting spells during the two years before the study experience about 18 times more frequently a life-threatening event than children without a history of fainting in the last decade. Children with a recent history of a single fainting in the two years before the study was found to be nearly 12 times more likely.The data will be from four universities and nine regional cancer centers have out of the University of omissions with input from Dr Adam Garrow , a professor Marie – Lloyd Williams and Professor Janet Richardson .