Dr. Zoe Duby

Zoe Duby is a socio-behavioural public health researcher and qualitative social scientist, with a background in social and medical anthropology.  Zoe’s key focus areas include HIV, and sexual and reproductive health more broadly, gender and sexuality diversity, health care access and health rights, with a focus on women, adolescents, and key populations. She is currently working as a Qualitative Specialist Scientist in the Health Systems Research Unit, at the South African Medical Research Council in Cape Town. Zoe is an Honorary Research Associate at the Division of Social and Behavioural Sciences in the School of Public Health and Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town. Zoe’s passions include promoting health equity, challenging discriminatory norms, and breaking the silence on problematic taboos.