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Sunday, 08/01/2010
A Method for Estimating the Overlap of eQTLs Between Two Tissues, with Application to Skin and Lymphoblastoid Cells
Jun Ding, University of Michigan; Gonçalo R. Abecasis, University of Michigan
3:35 PM

Monday, 08/02/2010
Massively Parallel Linear Modeling of Gene Expression Data
Walter Liggett, National Institute of Standards and Technology
8:50 AM

A Multivariate Penalized Regression Method for eQTL Mapping
Ting-Huei Chen, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Wei Sun, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Fred Wright, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
9:20 AM

Stereotype Logit Models for High-Dimensional Data
Andre Williams, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kellie Archer, Virginia Commonwealth University
9:35 AM

Isoform Detection from RNA-seq with Restriction Enzyme Fragmentation
Naomi S. Altman, Penn State; Qingyu Wang, Penn State; Aleksandra B. Slavkovic, Penn State; Vishesh Karwa, Penn State
10:55 AM

Bias Correction and Bayesian Analysis of Digital Gene Expression Libraries
Russell L. Zaretzki, University of Tennessee; Michael A. Gilchrest, University of Tennessee
11:15 AM

Tuesday, 08/03/2010
Detecting Differentially Expressed Genes in Microarray Data by Split-and-Recombine
Dongseok Choi, Oregon Health & Science University; Zhixin Kang, The University of North Carolina at Pembroke; George Tiao, The University of Chicago

Testing for Monotonic Changes in Multivariate Gene Expression Distributions
Heng Wang, Iowa State University; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University

Stable Gene Expression Index in Integrative Analysis
Anna Elizabeth Campain, University of Sydney; Jean Yang, University of Sydney; Francine Marques, University of Sydney; Brian Morris, University of Sydney

Analyzing Gene Expression Data Using a Self-Contained Gene Set Enrichment Analysis Method
Jiawei Liu, Georgia State University

Detection Call Algorithms for High-Throughput Gene Expression Microarray Data
Sarah Reese, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kellie Archer, Virginia Commonwealth University

Model-Based Semisupervised Clustering
Volodymyr Melnykov, North Dakota State University; Wei-Chen Chen, Iowa State University; Ranjan Maitra, Iowa State University
9:15 AM

Dynamic Clustering of High-Dimensional Biological Data
Rebecka Jornsten, Chalmers/Gothenburg University; Jose Sanchez Lopez, Chalmers/Gothenburg University
9:25 AM

Inference of Biological Pathway from Gene Expression Profiles by Time Delay Boolean Networks
Tung-Hung Chueh, National Chiao Tung University; Henry Horng-Shing Lu, National Chiao Tung University
9:55 AM

The Role of Proxy Genes in Predictive Models: An Application to Early Detection of Prostate Cancer
Jay Magidson, Statistical Innovations Inc.; William Oh, Mount Sinai School of Medicine; Robert Ross, Infinity Pharmaceuticals; Philip Kantoff, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Karl Wassmann, Source MDx
2:20 PM

Gene Set Analysis with Correlated Gene Expressions
Qiaohao Zhu, University of Alberta; Keumhee Chough Carriere, University of Alberta
2:20 PM

Functional Embedding in the Discriminant Analysis of Gene Expression Profiles
Ping-Shi Wu, Lehigh University
2:35 PM

Wednesday, 08/04/2010
Risk Stratification Using Survival and Microarray Gene Expression Data
Pingping Qu, Cancer Research and Biostatistics (CRAB); John D. Shaughnessy Jr., University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; Michael LeBlanc, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Jeff Haessler, Cancer Research and Biostatistics (CRAB); Bart Barlogie, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; John Crowley, Cancer Research and Biostatistics (CRAB)

Block-Regulized Regression for Identifying CNV in Gene Expression Data
Yanming Li, University of Michigan

Assessing the Impact of Tumor Heterogeneity on Powering Microarray Signature Discovery
Timothy Scott Davison, Almac Diagnostics; Sian Dibben, Almac Diagnostics; Janet Taylor, Almac Diagnostics; Robert J. Holt, Almac Diagnostics; Paul J. Kelly, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust; Ian Paul, Queen's University Belfast; Peter Kerr, Almac Diagnostics; Dean A. Fennell, Queen's University Belfast; Jacqueline A. James, Queen's University Belfast; Richard D. Kennedy, Almac Diagnostics

Sparse Semisupervised Methods for Predicting Patient Survival Probabilities with Large-Scale Biological Data
Karthik Devarajan, Fox Chase Cancer Center
8:50 AM

Outcome-Informed Clustering of Gene Expression Profiles
Jessie Jann Hsu, Harvard University; David Schoenfeld, Harvard University; Dianne Finkelstein, Harvard University
10:35 AM

Variable Selection for Gene Expression Data via Hilbert-Schmidt Independence Criterion
Ali Ghodsi, University of Waterloo
10:50 AM

MicroRNA-Guided Gene Classifier in Colorectal Cancer
Dung-Tsa Chen, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Timothy Yeatman, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; William Fulp, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Mike Gruidl, Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute
11:20 AM

Understanding Immune Response with mRNA-SEQ Gene Expression Data
Ann Oberg, Mayo Clinic; Diane Grill, Mayo Clinic; Brian Bot, Mayo Clinic; Yan Asmann, Mayo Clinic; Gregory Poland, Mayo Clinic; Terry Therneau, Mayo Clinic
11:25 AM

Thursday, 08/05/2010
Discovery and Validation of Gene Coexpression Groups Affecting a Trait
Cheng Cheng, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
8:35 AM

Inferring Alternative Splicing Gene Expression from Nextgen Sequencing Studies
David Rossell, IRB Barcelona
8:50 AM

Regression and Classification with Gene Networks
Wei Pan, University of Minnesota; Xiaotong Shen, University of Minnesota
9:15 AM

Tumor Class Prediction Using Gene Expression Microarray Data
Xueli Liu, City of Hope; Mark Yang, University of Florida; Jeffrey Longmate, City of Hope
11:05 AM

Two-Layer Bayesian Variable Selection with Group and Network Information
Francesco Claudio Stingo, Rice University
11:20 AM

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