Diane Di Mauro

Diane Di Mauro

Diane Di Mauro

Assistant Professor of Clinical
Population and Family Health




Dr. Diane di Mauro has worked over 20 years in the field of human sexuality, specializing in the areas of sexuality research and education. She is the author/co-editor/contributor to a number of publications on the topic of sexuality research and methodology. Dr. di Mauro previously worked as the program director of the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S., and currently serves as the director of the Sexuality Research Fellowship Program at the Social Science Research Council.



PhD, 1986, The State University of New York
MA, 1981, The State University of New York
MA, 1977, Montclair State College

Editorial Boards

Editorial Board Member, Sexuality, Research and Social Policy Journal

Other Affiliations

Board Member, Center for the Advancement of Women
Advisory Board Member, National Sexuality Resource Center, SFSU

Areas of Expertise

Adolescent Health, Violence, Global Health, Human Rights, HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Lesbian / Gay / Bisexual / Transgender Health, Sexuality, Reproductive Health, Sex Education and Safe Sex

Select Global Activities

International Working Group on Sexuality and Social Policy, Mauritius: The International Working Group on Sexuality and Social Policy (IWGSSP) is constituted as a global forum composed of researchers and activists from a wide range of countries and regions of the world. Its mandate is to promote policy dialogue on a global level focused on sexuality and related issues, such as sexuality education, sexual health, sexual rights, and diversity.

Select Publications

Bancroft J (editor) Sexual Development Indiana University Press US 2003
International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Elsevier Science Publishers US 2001
Bancroft J Sexual Behavior Research Indiana University Press US 1997
di Mauro D, Anderson P, Noonan R Does anyone still remember when sex was fun? Kendall Hunt Publications US 1991
di Mauro D A review of state sexuality and AIDS education curricula SIECUS Report 18(2) 1990

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