Dr. Rob Moss
Dr. Rob Moss graduated with honors from the University of NSW in Australia. He trained and practiced as a general internist and intensivist before training in cardiology at the Prince Charles Hospital, the dedicated cardiovascular hospital for Queensland, Australia. He completed a fellowship in Heart Failure and Transplant, and then traveled to Vancouver where he completed a fellowship in Echocardiography. He returned to Australia but was recruited to staff at St Paul’s Hospital Vancouver in 2005, where he has worked ever since.
Dr. Moss has been working with False Creek Healthcare Centre since 2007, where he has led the development of diagnostic echocardiography.
He is presently the Director of the Echocardiography at St. Paul’s Hospital. He is actively involved with echocardiography across Canada through the Canadian Society of Echocardiography and the Canadian Cardiovascular Society, and is a member of the American Society of Echocardiography. He has spoken at many international meetings and is widely published.
His research interests include, 3-D and procedural echocardiography, quantification of valvular regurgitation and diastolic function assessment. He has worked alongside Dr. John Webb in developing advanced imaging to support and guide complex cardiac interventions including percutaneous mitral and tricuspid valve repair and replacement.
Dr. Moss has a keen interest in stress echocardiography and is passionate about quality in the Echo Lab.