JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

507 Wed, 8/3/2011, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-D240
High-Dimensional Unsupervised and Supervised Methods — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , ENAR
Organizer(s): Lihui Zhao, Harvard School of Public Health
Chair(s): Li-Xuan Qin, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
10:35 AM Simulation of GEI and QEI Using a Genotype to Phenotype Model with Physiological Parameters Without GEI Paulo C. Rodrigues, Wageningen University
10:50 AM Causal Models for Randomized Trials with Two Active Treatments and Continuous Compliance Yan Ma, Cornell University ; Jason Roy, University of Pennsylvania ; Bess Marcus, Brown University
11:05 AM Model-Based Clustering for RNA-Seq Data Yaqing Si, Iowa State University ; Peng Liu, Iowa State University
11:20 AM Assessing Microarray Quality Matthew Nicholson McCall, University of Rochester Medical Center ; Peter Murakami, The Johns Hopkins University ; Rafael Irizarry, The Johns Hopkins University
11:35 AM An Integrative Approach to Comparing and Normalizing Gene Expression Data Generated from RNA-Seq, Microarray, and RT-PCR Technologies Zhaonan Sun, Purdue University ; Yu Zhu, Purdue University
11:50 AM FDR Control for Discrete Test Statistics Isaac Dialsingh, Penn State University
12:05 PM Adaptive Thresholding at the Peptide Level Improves Estimate of Relative Protein Abundances from LC-MS Experiments Yuping Zhang, Stanford University ; Zhengqing Ouyang, Stanford University ; Wei-Jun Qian, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ; Richard D. Smith, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory ; Wing Hung Wong, Stanford University ; Ronald W. Davis, Stanford University

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