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175 Mon, 8/1/2016, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-W185a
Statistical Methods for Environmental Epidemiology — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Section on Risk Analysis , Statistics Without Borders
Chair(s): Min Chen, ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences
10:35 AM Application of Principal Components Analysis to Blood Metal Exposures in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) Data Po-Yung Cheng, CDC ; Mary Mortensen, CDC/NCEH ; Robert Jones, CDC/NCEH ; Kathleen Caldwell, CDC/NCEH
10:50 AM Predictive Geocoding Jie Fan, University of Miami ; J. Sunil Rao, University of Miami
11:05 AM Optimal Sampling Designs of Two-Compartment Nonlinear Regression Models Noa Molshatzki, University of Southern California ; Sandrah P. Eckel, University of Southern California
11:20 AM A Latent Variable Model with Scaled Nonlinear Effects for Multiple Outcomes Zhenzhen Zhang, University of Michigan ; Brisa N. Sanchez, University of Michigan
11:35 AM Survival Analysis with Measurement Error in a Cumulative Exposure Variable: Radon Progeny in Relation to Lung Cancer Mortality Polyna Khudyakov, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health ; Jonathan Samet, University of Southern California ; Charles Wiggins, University of New Mexico ; Xiaomei Liao, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health ; Angela Meisner, New Mexico Tumor Registry ; Donna Spiegelman, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
11:50 AM A Two-Stage Approach to Analysis of Health Effects of Environmental Chemical Mixtures: Informed Sparse Principal Component Analysis Followed by Segmented Regression Roman Jandarov, University of Cincinnati ; Susan Pinney, University of Cincinnati ; Liang Niu, University of Cincinnati
12:05 PM Floor Discussion
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