Deborah K. Levine, MA

Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc
436 14th Street
Suite 1511
Oakland, CA
USA 94612

Biographical Sketch:
Executive Director, Internet Sexuality Information Services, Inc. (ISIS) Responsible for management and administration of non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to educate and inform via the Internet. Supervise staff of eight, write grant proposals, liaison with funders, design and implement new projects. Current grants include San Francisco Department of Public Health, STD services, SF DPH Office of AIDS, CA DHS STD Services, Indiana State DHS, UCHSC, BCCDC, UARP grant in collaboration with UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, etc. Levine, D. and Klausner, J. Lessons Learned from Tobacco Control: A Proposal for Public Health Policy Initiatives to Reduce the Consequences of High-Risk Sexual Behavior among Men Who Have Sex with Men and Use the Internet. Sexuality Research and Social Policy; 2005, 2, 1, 51-58. Levine, D., Scott, K. Klausner, J., Online Syphilis Testing: Confidential, Convenient, Free. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2005, 32, 2, 139-141. Klausner, J., Levine, D. and Kent, C. Internet Based Site Specific Interventions for Syphilis Prevention Among Gay and Bisexual Men. AIDS Care; 2004, 16,8, 964-970. Levine, D. (1998). The Joy of Cybersex: A Guide for Creative Lovers. New York: Ballantine Books. Levine, D. Virtual Attraction: What Rocks Your Boat. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 2000; Special Issue on Sexuality and the Internet.