Assoc Prof. Sizulu Moyo

Conference Chair

Associate Professor Sizulu Moyo (MBChB, MPH, Ph.D.) is a public health professional with research experience across public health disciplines. She is currently the Strategic Research Lead for Health and Wellbeing Research at the Human Sciences Research Council(HSRC) in South Africa and holds an Honorary Associate Professorship at The School of Public Health and Family Medicine at the University of Cape Town. Her work focuses on TB and HIV epidemiology and surveillance where she integrates the clinical and social aspects of disease, health, and wellbeing. She has led several national surveys on TB, HIV, and COVID-19. After practicing as a clinician, her research career started at the South African TB Vaccine Trial Initiative(SATVI) at the University of Cape Town, where she was involved in developing capacity for TB vaccine trials in South Africa, working in vaccine preparatory epidemiological studies and vaccine trials. Before joining the HSRC she was an epidemiologist focusing on drug-resistant TB at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Cape Town, South Africa. Since joining the HSRC she has been involved in numerous TB projects and co-led South Africa’s first TB prevalence survey.