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Denis Flavius

Denis Flavius

Associate Vice President, Advancement

Denis has a long noteworthy track record of building foundation, corporate, and government funding opportunities. Most recently at NYU Langone Health (NYULH), he acquired significant support from institutional donors for ten departments including Cancer, Pediatrics, Population Health, Emergency Medicine, and research at the School of Medicine. Here, Denis worked with department chairs and faculty to fund clinical trials, early childhood programs across the vast Family Health Center network, and pediatric oncology research. Previously, he held development positions at the International Center for Transitional Justice – with a focus on human rights abuses in various countries around the world, The Trevor Project – supporting suicide prevention efforts, and at the Amnesty International headquarters in London. Denis received his Bachelor of Science in Forensic Biology from the University of Westminster in London and his master’s degree in Human Rights from the University of London, School of Advanced Study.