Since January 2017, I have been an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Chicago. I founded the UChicago SUPERgroup, an interdisciplinary research collective with dozens of members. Our research spans computer security, privacy, and human-computer interaction (HCI). We are especially interested in using data-driven methods to help users make better security and privacy decisions, as well as to make complex computer systems more usable for non-technical users. Our work has been supported by six NSF grants, as well as grants from Mozilla Research and the Data Transparency Lab.