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289 Tue, 8/9/2022, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall D
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Epidemiology — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Gyuhyeong Goh, Kansas State University
11: Temporal Evolution of National Population-Level Sex Disparities in COVID-19 Mortality Within and Across Racial/Ethnic Categories in the United States
Jay Xu, University of California, Los Angeles
12: Assessment of a Modified Sandwich Estimator for Generalized Estimating Equations with Application to Opioid Poisoning in MIMIC-IV ICU Patients
Paul Byron Rogers, Food and Drug Administration
13: Subclass-Wise Measures and Tests for Interaction Detection in Epidemiological Studies
Eiji Nakatani, Japan
14: The Associations Between Statin Use and All-Cause Mortality in African Americans: A Jackson Heart Study.
Alula Hadgu, Morehouse School of Medicine; Fengxia Yan, Morehouse School of Medicine; Vallery Effoe, Morehouse School of Medicine; Herman Taylor, Morehouse School of Medicine; Robert Mayberry, Morehouse School of Medicine
15: Mediation Analysis for Multiple Variables and Sparse Mediator Data
Curtis Miller, University of New Mexico; Li Luo, University of New Mexico; Debra MacKenzie, University of New Mexico; Johnnye Lewis, University of New Mexico
16: Estimating Random Effects in a Finite Markov Chain with Absorbing States: Application to Cognitive Data
Pei Wang, Miami of Ohio; Erin L Abner, University of Kentucky; Changrui Liu, University of Kentucky; David W Fardo, University of Kentucky; Frederick A Schmitt, University of Kentucky; Gregory A Jicha, University of Kentucky; Linda J Van Eldik, University of Kentucky; Richard Kryscio, University of Kentucky
17: Geographic and Temporal Trends in Fentanyl-Involved Overdose Deaths in Connecticut, 2009-2019
Haidong Lu, Yale University; Forrest W. Crawford, Yale University; Gregg Gonsalves , Yale University; Thomas Thornhill, Yale University; Lauretta Grau, Yale University
18: Across-Cohort Heterogeneity in Collaborative, Pooled and Harmonized Study Designs
Yongqi Zhong, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Elizabeth Stuart, Johns Hopkins University; Bryan Lau, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
19: COVID-19, Climate and Socioeconomic Status in the United States: A Bayesian Analysis of County-Level Case Data
Jordan Bramble, University of Kansas; Charlie Frazier , North Carolina State University; Aaron Marshall, Butler University; Liam Hanson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Mohamed Abdelkader Abba, North Carolina State University; Brian James Reich, North Carolina State University
20: All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality in a Cohort of WTC-Exposed and Non-WTC-Exposed Firefighters
Ankura Singh, Fire Department of the City of New York; Rachel Anna Zeig-Owens, Montefiore Medical Center ; Madeline Cannon, Fire Department of the City of New York; Mayris P Webber, Fire Department of the City of New York; David J Prezant, Fire Department of the City of New York; Paolo Boffetta, Stony Brook Cancer Center; Charles B Hall, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
21: Prediction Intervals for Zika Rate
Marwah Soliman, Clemson University; Colin M Gallagher, Clemson University
22: Developing Weighting Methodology for an Epidemiological Study Among American Indians: The Strong Heart Liver Study
Jean Leidner, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Sixia Chen, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Michael Middleton, University of California, San Diego; Claude Sirlin, University of California, San Diego; Walter Henderson, University of California, San Diego; Justin Dvorak, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Tauqeer Ali, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Alvin C Silva, Mayo Clinic-Phoenix; Jason G Umans, Georgetown University Medical Center; Shelley A Cole, Texas Biomedical Research Institute; Ying Zhang, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
23: Latent Transition Analysis to Classify the Food Environment and It’s Effect on Health Outcomes
Kelsey Alexovitz, Drexel University; Brisa Sanchez, Drexel University; Emma Sanchez-Vaznaugh , San Francisco State University
24: A Simulation-Based Comparison of Statistical Methods for Environmental Mixtures
Phuc Nguyen, Duke University
25: Covariate Adjusted Logit Model (CALM) for Response Curves from Observational Studies
Nong Shang, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention