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130 Mon, 8/1/2016, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-W184d
Statistical Methods for Spatial Epidemiology — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Section on Risk Analysis
Chair(s): Nicholas Beyler, Mathematica Policy Research
8:35 AM Bayesian Spatio-Temporal Modeling of Multi-Pathogen Infectious Diseases Using Data from Multiple Sources Hunter Merrill, University of Florida ; Xueying Tang, University of Florida ; Yang Yang, University of Florida ; Nikolay Bliznyuk, University of Florida
8:50 AM Continuous Surface Modeling for Space-Time Infectious Disease Count Data Katherine Wilson, University of Washington ; Jonathan Wakefield, University of Washington
9:05 AM Spatial Model for Risk Prediction and Subnational Prioritization to Aid Poliovirus Eradication in Pakistan Laina Mercer, Institute for Disease Modeling ; Steve Kroiss, Institute for Disease Modeling ; Hil Lyons, Institute for Disease Modeling ; Guillaume Chabot-Couture, Institute for Disease Modeling
9:20 AM Spatial Variability in the Persistence of PCV-Targeted Pneumococcal Serotypes Among Adults Joshua Warren, Yale University ; S. Cassandra Pingali, Yale University ; Daniel Weinberger, Yale University
9:35 AM Generalized Linear Mixed Model to Predict a Spatially Correlated Poisson Variable in the Presence of an Auxiliary Variable, with an Application to the West Nile Virus Lynette Smith, University of Nebraska Medical Center ; David B. Marx, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
9:50 AM Novel Application of a Weighted Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Model in Modeling Count Data from a Complex Survey Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Medical University of South Carolina ; Lin Dai, Medical University of South Carolina
10:05 AM High-Dimensional Analysis of Spatial Count Data: A Penalized Estimating Equation Approach Rejaul Karim, Michigan State University ; Tapabrata Maiti, Michigan State University
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