I am a Human Factors engineer focused on transportation safety. My research foci are in three areas: (1) developing driving feedback systems, (2) using computational models to predict driver behavior, and (3) leveraging social influence and social network to change driver behavior. The first research focus is aimed at designing and implementing feedback systems to improve driving behavior, with particular attention paid to teenagers and older adults. Within the context of automated vehicles, I am interested in developing feedback systems that inform drivers of the state of their vehicle as well as other vehicles on the road. The second research focus concerns the implementation of computational models, such as agent-based modeling and exponential random graph models, to predict and evaluate the dynamic effects of behavior change within driving systems. The third research focus aims to leverage social influence and social networking techniques to study and positively change driver behavior. This third research area is particularly relevant for teenage drivers given their frequent use of social media and their rather limited driving expertise.