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Sessions Were Renumbered as of May 19.

CC-W = McCormick Place Convention Center, West Building,   CC-N = McCormick Place Convention Center, North Building
H = Hilton Chicago,   UC= Conference Chicago at University Center
* = applied session       ! = JSM meeting theme

Activity Details

262 Mon, 8/1/2016, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Hall F1 West
Contributed Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Genevera Allen, Rice University
1: Model Selection for Marginal Regression Analysis of Longitudinal Data with Missing Observations and Covariate Measurement Error Chung Wei Shen
2: Impact of the Violation of Independent Censoring Assumptions in Restricted Mean Survival Data Analysis for Time-to-Event Data Eisuke Inoue, National Center for Child Health and Development
3: Efficient Estimation of Partially Linear Single-Index Models for Unbalanced Longitudinal Data Quan Cai, Texas A&M University
4: Estimation of Entropy Rate of a Finite Markov Process in a Biological System Brian Vegetabile, University of California at Irvine ; Hal Stern, University of California at Irvine
5: Assess the Effects of Cold Ischemia on Tumor Protein Phosphorylation Analysis Using Time-Course Data You Wu
7: Interval-Censored Proportional Hazard Regression Model Hung-Mo Lin, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ; John Michael Williamson, CDC ; Hae-Young Kim, New York Medical College
8: Risk-Based Monitoring Rules for Binomial and Poisson Outcomes in Clinical Trials with Software Implementation in JMP Anastasia Dmitrienko ; Richard C. Zink, JMP Life Sciences, SAS Institute
9: Stratified Exact Test and Confidence Interval for Causal Effects on a Binary Outcome Based on Principal Stratification Yasutaka Chiba
10: A Likelihood-Based Approach Using Shared Latent Random Variable Between Longitudinal Process and Censoring Mechanism Miran Jaffa, American University of Beirut ; Ayad A. Jaffa, American University of Beirut
11: On Growth Patterns of Japanese Boys and Girls Koji Kanefuji, Institute of Statistical Mathematics
12: Statistical Model for the Separation Process of Chromatography Xueyi Chen, University of Kansas Medical Center ; Jonathan D. Mahnken, University of Kansas Medical Center
13: Random Forests for Survival Analysis Using Maximally Selected Rank Statistics Marvin N. Wright, University of Lübeck ; Theresa Dankowski, Universität zu Lübeck ; Andreas Ziegler, University of Lübeck
14: Relative Performance of Heterogeneity Variance Estimators in Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis — Kepher H. Makambi, Georgetown University ; Hanfei H. Xu, Georgetown University
15: Cluster-Level Dynamic Treatment Regimens and Sequential, Multiple Assignment, Randomized Trials: Estimation and Sample-Size Considerations Timothy NeCamp, University of Michigan ; Amy Kilbourne, University of Michigan Medical School ; Daniel Almirall, University of Michigan Survey Research Center
16: Use Nonlinear Mixed Effects Model to Predict Unobservable AD Symptom Duration Ho-Lan Peng ; Wenyaw Chan, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston ; Rachelle S. Doody, Baylor College of Medicine
17: Evaluation of Intraclass Correlation Coefficient (ICC) Difference Between Two Measurement Techniques Huining Kang, University of New Mexico ; Yang Shi, University of New Mexico ; Ji-Hyun Lee, University of New Mexico
18: Multivariate Two-Part Statistics for Analysis of Correlated Mass Spectrometry Data from Multiple Biological Matrices Kyoungmi Kim, University of California at Davis ; Sandra L. Taylor, University of California at Davis
19: A New Resampling Method in Linear Regression Model with Application in Cancer Statistics Huann-Sheng Chen, National Cancer Institute
20: Enhancing Box-Cox Transformation with Simulation of the Normal Distribution: 2007--2010 What We Eat in America, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Flavonoids Data Theophile Murayi, USDA/ARS ; Joseph D. Goldman, USDA/ARS ; Rhonda G. Sebastian, USDA/ARS ; Alanna J. Moshfegh, USDA/ARS
21: Applying Functional Principal Component Analysis to Improve Life Span Prediction from Sleep Properties in the Fly Luyang Wang, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Courtney Fiebelman, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Rachel Craft, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; V A Samaranayake, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Gayla R. Olbricht, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Matthew S. Thimgan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
22: Genome-Wide Transcription Regulation Discovery for Breast Cancer Cell Lines Zangdong He, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health ; Lang Li, Indiana University School of Medicine ; Changyu Shen, Indiana University School of Medicine
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