Gabriel
 
Cler
,
PhD

Assistant Professor
Education: 
Postdoctoral fellow, Speech and Brain Lab, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK
PhD, Graduate Program for Neuroscience – Computational Neuroscience, Boston University, Boston, MA
Graduate certificate, Cognitive sciences, University of Central Florida, Orlando FL
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Bradley University, Peoria, IL
Recent Publications
Evaluating Camera Mouse as a computer access system for augmentative and alternative communication in cerebral palsy: a case study. (2023 Sep 12) Assist Technol MacLellan LE, Stepp CE, Fager SK, Mentis M, Boucher AR, Abur D, Cler GJ

Microstructural Properties of the Cerebellar Peduncles in Children with Developmental Language Disorder. (2023 Jul 13) bioRxiv Asaridou SS, Cler GJ, Wiedemann A, Krishnan S, Smith HJ, Willis HE, Healy MP, Watkins KE

Ability-Based Methods for Personalized Keyboard Generation. (2022 Aug) Multimodal Technol Interact 6(8): Mitchell CL, Cler GJ, Fager SK, Contessa P, Roy SH, De Luca G, Kline JC, Vojtech JM

Ability-based Keyboards for Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Understanding How Individuals' Movement Patterns Translate to More Efficient Keyboards: Methods to Generate Keyboards Tailored to User-specific Motor Abilities. (2022 Apr) Ext Abstr Hum Factors Computing Syst 2022(): Mitchell CL, Cler GJ, Fager SK, Contessa P, Roy SH, De Luca G, Kline JC, Vojtech JM

Quantitative MRI reveals differences in striatal myelin in children with DLD. (2022 Sep 27) Elife 11(): Krishnan S, Cler GJ, Smith HJ, Willis HE, Asaridou SS, Healy MP, Papp D, Watkins KE