For Immediate Release
A. Frank Donaghue has resigned as CEO of Physicians for Human Rights. During Donaghue’s tenure, PHR made critical contributions on a wide array of human rights issues, from forced labor in Burma to enhanced interrogation techniques in the United States.
Frank Davidoff, MD, will be serving as interim CEO while a national search for a permanent CEO is conducted. Frank Davidoff was a member of PHR’s Board for 12 years until completing his final term earlier this year. A physician by training, he has served on the faculties of Harvard Medical School and the University of Connecticut Medical School, was a senior executive at the American College of Physicians, and for six years was editor of Annals of Internal Medicine.
As PHR enters this new chapter, we look forward to continuing our work to help stop mass atrocities and egregious human rights violations around the world.
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) is a New York-based advocacy organization that uses science and medicine to prevent mass atrocities and severe human rights violations. Learn more here.