Leadership Team

Daniel Egan, MD
Program Director

Daniel Egan, MD, is the third program director of the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Egan is a graduate of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and then completed his emergency medicine residency at HAEMR where he was Chief Resident and graduated in 2006. Prior to coming back to Boston, Dr. Egan worked at several sites in NYC where he was involved in residency leadership as APD and PD and most recently a Vice Chair of Education. He recently co-chaired the Academic Assembly for the Council of Residency Directors in Emergency Medicine for the last two years and serves as a Decision Editor for Academic Emergency Medicine Education and Training. Dr. Egan is interested in all aspects of residency education and leading a program with academic and clinical rigor coupled with attention to wellness. He recently completed an Advanced Certificate in Adult Learning and Leadership for Medical Educators from Teachers College at Columbia University. Outside of medicine, Dr. Egan is an active singer and was a member of the NYC Gay Men’s Chorus for the last nine years before relocating to Boston.

David Peak, MD
Associate Program Director

David Peak, MD, is an attending physician and assistant professor of emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Peak completed his residency training at Boston Medical Center and completed additional training in hyperbaric medicine. He conducts research on trauma patients who develop chronic pain and post traumatic stress disorder as well as other complications. He enjoys music and sports including running, swimming and scuba diving. He also enjoys his work with the hometown New England Patriots and Boston Bruins and especially, the HAEMR residents! He lives with his wife and daughter (and their cat, Kai).

Adaira Landry, MD, MEd
Assistant Program Director

Adaira Landry, MD MEd completed her medical school training at David Geffen School of Medicine at University of California, Los Angeles in 2011. She then went on to pursue an Emergency Medicine Residency at New York University. After completing a year as Chief Resident she completed a fellowship in Ultrasound at the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a Master’s Degree in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education program. In 2017 Dr. Landry became an Assistant Residency Director for the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency program. In 2019, she was promoted to Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. In 2019, she became the Ultrasound Fellowship Director as well as an Harvard Medical School Society Advisor. In 2019, she became the Chair for the Diversity and Inclusion committee for the Department of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Eric Shappell, MD, MHPE
Assistant Program Director

Eric Shappell is an assistant program director of HAEMR, the director of the EM Clerkships at Massachusetts General Hospital, and an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Harvard Medical School in Boston. Dr. Shappell earned his doctor of medicine degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and completed his residency and Medical Education Fellowship at the University of Chicago. In 2018, he earned his Master of Health Professions Education from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Dr. Shappell has served as chair of the Education Committee for the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors since March 2019. Dr. Shappell is the editor-in-chief of EM Fundamentals, a mastery learning emergency medicine curriculum, and MD in the Black, a personal finance resource for medical trainees. Dr. Shappell has a special interest in assessment, test development, recruitment, and financial education for medical trainees.

Andrew Eyre, MD, MHPE
Assistant Program Director

Dr. Andrew Eyre is an assistant program director for the Harvard-Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency (HAEMR) and attending physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.  Prior to medical school, Dr. Eyre worked for many years as an EMT at Village Ambulance Service, an advanced life support service in western Massachusetts. He attended medical school at the University of Vermont College of Medicine where he developed interests in simulation and medical education.  After completing residency at HAEMR, Dr. Eyre completed a fellowship in medical simulation at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and earned a master’s degree in health professions education from the MGH Institute for Health Professions. He is an instructor at the ProEMS Center for Medics and is a preceptor for paramedic students.  In addition to leading the Basic Life Support course of Harvard Medical School, Dr. Eyre is an instructor for Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS). Dr. Eyre’s academic interests include medical education, medical simulation, and simulator design.

Wendy Macias-Konstantopoulos, MD, MPH
Assistant Program Director

Dr. Macias-Konstantopoulos, MD, MPH is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Assistant Program Director at the Harvard Affiliated Emergency Medicine Residency, and attending emergency physician at MGH. Following residency training at HAEMR, Dr. Macias-Konstantopoulos completed a Global Health Leadership Fellowship at the MGH Center for Global Health and earned her Master of Public Health degree from the Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health. She is founding Executive Director and former Medical Director of the Mass General Freedom Clinic, an innovative health care clinic for human trafficking survivors that won the 2014 Partnership for Freedom national competition. She works closely with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the National Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance Center, represented MGH at the 2008 United Nations Global Initiative to Fight Human Trafficking in Vienna, Austria, and has testified before government bodies on the health impacts of trafficking. She publishes and lectures extensively on human trafficking, substance use, social determinants of health, health disparities, and improved access to services for underserved populations. Dr. Macias-Konstantopoulos is the MGH Endowed Scholar for Leadership in Emergency Medicine and Director of the Center for Social Justice and Health Equity.