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534 Wed, 8/1/2018, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-West Hall B
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Epidemiology — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
1: Behaviors and Exposures Associated with Pathogen Carriage at a Large Community Gathering
Ruby Bayliss, St. Catherine University; Meghan Mason, St. Catherine University; Bozena Morawski, University of Minnesota; James Johnson, University of Miinesota; Connie Clabots, Minneapolis VA Health Care System
2: Propensity Score Methods for Merging Observational and Experimental Data Sets
Evan Taylor Ragosa Rosenman, Stanford University; Art Owen, Stanford University; Michael Baiocchi, Stanford University
3: False Positives and Population Stratification
Renfang Jiang, Michigan Tech University; Jianping Dong, Michigan Technological Universityu
4: Distance-Weighted Predictor Models to Estimate the Spatial Scale of Built Environment Health Effects
Adam Peterson, University of Michigan; Brisa N. Sanchez, University of Michigan; Emma V Sanchez-Vaznaugh, San Francisco State University
5: Pairwise Comparisons for Ethnic Race Disparity in Reporting Sexually Transmitted Disease Among U.S. Male and Female Active Duty Military Members
Tzu-Cheg Kao, Uniformed Services University; Brian Agan, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Yu-Han Cheng, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Eric Garges, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
6: A Nonlinear Mixed Effects Model to Estimate Declines in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis DNA Burden from Viable Bacteria During Tuberculosis Treatment
Camille Moore, National Jewish Health; Nicholas Walter, University of Colorado Denver
7: Reliability-Adjusted Composite Measures for the Prevention of Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs)
Mathew Sapiano, CDC; Jonathan R Edwards, Center for Disease Control & Prevention
8: Estimating the Causal Effect of Antidepressant Use on Time-To-Dementia for Incident MCI Patients Using Marginal Structural Fine-Gray Model
Ran Duan, University of Kentucky ; Erin L Abner, University of Kentucky; Daniela Moga, University of Kentucky
9: Modeling the Progression of HIV/AIDS by a Hidden Markov Model(HMM)
Sanam Sanei, Penn State; Shanglun Li, Penn State; Le Le Bao, Penn State University
11: Deriving and Validating New "Outcome" Variables in Patient Reported Epidemiological Data
Futoshi Yumoto, Resonate; Rochelle Tractenberg, Georgetown University
12: State-, County-, and Individual-Level Factors Associated with Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Adults Based on a Multilevel Modeling Approach, BRFSS 2015
Alissa O'Halloran, CDC; Pengjun Lu, CDC/NCIRD/ISD/AB; Anup Srivastav, Leidos; David Yankey, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Walter Williams, CDC; James Singleton , CDC
13: Using Twin Study Data to Identify Causal Effects Under Latent Confounding
Yige Li, Harvard School of Public Health; Zhichao Jiang, Princeton University; Zhi Geng, Peking University
15: Catalyst: Agents of Change -- Comparing Compartment and Agent-Based Models
Shannon Gallagher
16: On Causal Inference in the Presence of Limited Overlap
Tingting Zhou, University of Michigan; Michael Elliott, University of Michigan; Roderick J Little, University of Michigan
17: The Impact of Analysis Method and Model Specification for Handling Missing Covariate Data in Survival Analysis: a Case Study
Evon Okidi, Brown University; Joseph W Hogan, Brown University School of Public Health; Chanelle Howe, Brown University
18: Ggdag and Confoundr: R Packages for Causal Inference with DAGs and Data
Malcolm Barrett
20: Estimation of HIV Prevalence and Covariance within High Risk Groups with Bayesian hierarchical modeling
Amy Zhang, Pennsylvania State University; Le Bao, Pennsylvania State University
21: Influence of Highly Correlated Cross-Basis Functions in the Distributed Lag Nonlinear Model
Lung-Chang Chien, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Yunqi Vicky Liao, University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) School of Public Health at Houston; Michael Swartz, University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) School of Public Health at Houston; Kristina Whitworth, University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) School of Public Health at Houston
22: Mediation with Latent Variables
Joshua Sampson, National Cancer Institute; Andriy Derkach, National Cancer Institute; Ruth Pfeiffer , National Cancer Institute
23: Quantifying Geographic Regions of Excess Stillbirth Risk in the Presence of Spatio-Temporal Heterogeneity
David Zahrieh, Mayo Clinic Rochester; Jacob J Oleson, The University of Iowa; Paul A Romitti, The University of Iowa
24: Exploring Treatment Heterogeneity Using Propensity Scores
Maozhu Dai, University of California, Irvine; Hal Stern, University of California, Irvine
25: Representativeness of the Spinal Cord Injury Model Systems National Database
Jessica McKinney Ketchum, Craig Hospital
27: Bias Analysis of Current Approaches to Estimating Combined Population Attributable Risk for Multiple Risk Factors
Yibing Ruan, Alberta Health Services; Stephen D. Walter, McMaster University; Darren R. Brenner, Alberta Health Services; Christine M. Friedenreich, Alberta Health Services; on behalf of ComPARe Study Team, Alberta Health Services