Brian D. Zamboni, PhD

Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health

Brian D. Zamboni

Contact Info

Office Phone 612-625-1500

Office Address:
University of Minnesota
180 West Bank Office Bldg
1300 S Second St
Minneapolis, MN 55454

PhD, Loyola University Chicago


Brian Zamboni, PhD, is faculty in the University of Minnesota Program in Human Sexuality. He also is an AASECT certified sex therapist and sex educator as well as a board certified diplomate of the American Board of Sexology. In addition to therapy services, he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in human sexuality and helps train medical students and other professionals. Zamboni has been recognized several times for his research, professional activity, and teaching skills. He also has served as a committee member or officer for several professional organizations.


Sexual dysfunction, couples therapy, compulsive sexual behavior, sex education, sexuality and minority or marginalized populations, sexuality and workplace issues, sex offending



Zamboni, B. D. (2018). Partner knowledge and involvement in adult baby/diaper lover behavior. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 44(2), 159-171. doi:10.1080/0092623X.2017.1340381

Zamboni, B. D. (online first). A qualitative exploration of adult baby/diaper lover behavior from an online community sample. Journal of Sex Research, online ahead of print October 13, 2017. doi:10.1080/00224499.2017.1373728

Zamboni BD, Robinson B, Bockting W. HIV status and coming out among African-American gay/bisexual men. Journal of Bisexuality. 2011;11(1):74-84.

Zamboni BD, contributor. Sex and Society. Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish Corporation; 2010.

Zamboni BD. Identity, training, and expertise among sexual health professionals. International Journal of Sexual Health. 2009;21:132-44.

Zamboni BD, Silver R. Family communication, sexual desire, and sexual activity among late adolescents. American Journal of Sexuality Education. 2009;4(1):58-78.



  • Couples therapy,Sexual dysfunction,Sexual compulsivity,Sex offending,Sexual minorities