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376 Tue, 8/2/2016, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall F1 West
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics
Chair(s): Genevera Allen, Rice University
45: High-Dimensional Cox Regression for Genome-Wide Assessment of the Prognostic Benefit of Somatic Mutations in Ovarian Cancer Brandon Butcher, University of Iowa ; Patrick Breheny, University of Iowa ; Donghai Dai, University of Iowa
46: Application of Kappa Agreement Statistic as a Diagnostic Tool in Genetic Data Modeling Kelly Cho, MAVERIC/BWH/HMS ; Hongsheng Wu, MAVERIC/WIT ; Robert Lew, MAVERIC/BU
47: A Model-Free Method for Detecting Disease Association Signals with Multiple Genetic Variants and Covariates Jen-Yu Lee, Feng Chia University
48: A Stability Analysis of Sparse K-Means Abraham Apfel, University of Pittsburgh ; Stewart J. Anderson, University of Pittsburgh
49: Clustering of Omics Data in Biological Systems Min Wang, Mathematical Biosciences Institute
50: Optimal Burden Test for Association Between Quantitative Traits and Genotype Data with Bidirectional Correlations Ting Guan ; Xiaowei Wu, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
51: BANFF: An R Package for BAyesian Network Feature Finder Zhou Lan, North Carolina State University ; Yize Zhao, Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute ; Jian Kang, University of Michigan ; Tianwei Yu, Emory University
52: A Classification Model for Detecting De Novo Mutation in Primary Amenorrhea Probands Fuchen Liu, Carnegie Mellon University ; Kathryn Roeder, Carnegie Mellon University ; Bernie Devlin, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine ; Aleksandar Rajkovic, University of Pittsburgh
53: For the Microbiome, Zeroes Are Definitely of Non-Zero Importance Pippa Simpson, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Yumei Cao, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Bevan Emma Huang, Janssen R&D ; Jethro Johnson, Jackson Labs ; Jeffrey B. Schwimmer, University of California at San Diego ; mary holtz, Medical College of Wisconsin ; george weinstock, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine ; Erica Weinstock, The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine ; nita salzman, Medical College of Wisconsin
54: Using Estimates of Population-Level Relatedness to Improve Pedigree-Based Linkage Analysis Fiona Grimson, University of Washington
55: A Conditional Autoregressive Model for Genetic Association Analysis of Sequencing Data Xiaoxi Shen ; Qing Lu, Michigan State University
56: A MAD-Bayes Algorithm for State-Space Inference and Clustering with Application to Querying Large Collections of ChIP-Seq Data Sets Kailei Chen
57: Challenges of Predicting Individual Risk in Genome-Wide Association Studies Agnes Martine Nielsen, Technical University of Denmark ; Helle Krogh Pedersen, Technical University of Denmark ; Ramneek Gupta, Technical University of Denmark ; Line Harder Clemmensen, Technical University of Denmark
58: Multicategory Classification Using High-Dimensional Predictors with Applications to Studying Effects of Rice Genome Arkaprava Roy, North Carolina State University ; Subhashis Ghoshal, North Carolina State University
59: Characterizing the Vaginal Microbiome Based on a Large Cross-Sectional Study Victoria Pokhilko
60: The Estimation of the Association of Rare Variants and Disease in Random Effect Model Jin-Hua Chen
61: Mathematical Modeling of Population Bottlenecks in Next-Generation Sequencing Rebecca Rothwell ; Sebastian Zoellner, University of Michigan ; Narisu Narisu, National Institutes of Health ; Mike Erdos, National Institutes of Health ; Maria Eriksson, Karolinska Institutet
62: A Score Statistic for Testing Variance Components in the Shared Random Effects Setting with Applications to a Complex Mouse Study James Xenakis, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Fei Zou, University of Florida
63: Regularized Efficient Score Estimation and Testing Approach in Low-Dimensional and High-Dimensional GLM Lixi Yu, University of Iowa ; Jian Huang, University of Iowa
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