My name is Molly Selba and I am a PhD Candidate at the University of Florida. My research interests include comparative anatomy, cranial morphology, and science communication. I am most interested in how cranial morphology varies within and between species and how it is impacted by factors such as evolution and selective breeding practices. My previous research mainly focused on cranial morphology in an evolutionary context, however, I am currently researching the differences in cranial and endocranial morphology between brachycephalic and normocephalic dogs created by artificial selection for facial reduction. My dissertation research includes a comparative study of facial reduction across three representative taxa (bats, primates, and dogs), further exploration of the effects of facial reduction in dogs, and pedagogical research on teaching the concept of facial reduction.