Zoe Barber was awarded the Phebe Todd scholarship to study medicine at the University of Oxford, graduating in 2009. In 2015, she took up a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowship to work with the LA-based charity Project AngelFood. In February 2019, she was awarded the ASGBI Gold Medal for her performance in the FRCS (General) examination. She undertook her surgical training with a specialist interest in oncoplastic breast surgery in Oxford, the South West of England and Wales before taking up her consultant post in Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board in August 2020. She was appointed Clinical Specialty Services Director (Breast) in November 2020. She has published a book, in numerous medical journals and presented nationally and internationally.After suffering an eclamptic seizure following the birth of her twins in April 2019 and having her driving licence revoked for 6 months as a result, she undertook a systematic review and meta-analysis of seizure recurrence following eclampsia. She presented this research to the DVLA who have changed their national guidance as a result, meaning no other eclamptic woman will lose her driving licence.