JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

569 Wed, 8/3/2011, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-D236
Modern Methods for Inferring About Treatment Effects — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , Biopharmaceutical Section , ENAR
Chair(s): Peggy H. Wong, Merck & Co., Inc.
2:05 PM Stratified Randomization with Gender-Balancing in the Sure-PD Trial Eric A. Macklin, Massachusetts General Hospital ; Michael A. Schwarzschild, Massachusetts General Hospital ; Rebecca A. Betensky, Harvard School of Public Health
2:20 PM Impact of Sample Size on Prognostic Imbalance and Covariate Adjustment in Randomized Controlled Trials (RCTs) Rong Chu, McMaster University ; Stephen Walter, McMaster University ; Lehana Thabane, McMaster University ; Philip James Devereaux, McMaster University ; Gordon Guyatt, McMaster University
2:35 PM An Information Criterion for Sensitivity Analyses of the Treatment Ignorability Assumption Chen-Pin Wang, UTHSCSA
2:50 PM Group Sequential Methods Based on Ranked Set Samples Esam Abdul-Qatar Al-Sawi, King Fahd University ; Abdul K. Hussein, University of Windsor ; H. A. Muttlak, King Fahd University
3:05 PM Estimating Treatment Effects from a Randomized Trial in the Presence of Post-Study Treatment Min Zhang, University of Michigan ; Yanping Wang, Eli Lilly and Company
3:20 PM Competing Risk Survival Analysis of Bariatric Surgery Data Using Propensity Score Methods Diqiong Xie, University of Iowa ; Michael P. Jones, University of Iowa ; Mason E. Edward , University of Iowa
3:35 PM Weighted Cumulative Treatment Estimation for Sequentially Randomized Clinical Trials in the Presence of Nonproportional Hazards Xinyu Tang, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ; Adbus S. Wahed, University of Pittsburgh

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