JSM 2011 Online Program

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Activity Details

88 Sun, 7/31/2011, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-D239
Novel Methodology for Epidemiologic Research — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Michael P. Fay, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
4:05 PM The Reliability of Penalized Models in Survival Analysis for Sperm Count Data: Using the Value First Deritative Parametrization in the Penalized Likelihood Framework Ronny Westerman, University of Marburg
4:20 PM Effects of Conditioning on Instrumental Variables on Bias and Variance of Effect Estimates Jessica Amelia Myers, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Joshua Gagne, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Jeremy Rassen, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Krista Hubrechts, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Kenneth Rothman, Boston University ; Sebastian Schneeweiss, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Robert Glynn, Brigham and Women's Hospital
4:35 PM Statistical Power of Relative Risk in Poisson Regression: How Important Is Exposure Data? Jake Olivier, Prince of Wales Clinical School ; Joseph Descallar, University of New South Wales
4:50 PM Detecting Confounding and Evaluating the 10% Rule Robin Bliss, Brigham and Women's Hospital ; Janice Weinberg, Boston University School of Public Health ; VerĂ³nica Vieira, Boston University School of Public Health ; Thomas Webster, Boston University School of Public Health
5:05 PM Optimal Two-Phase Sampling Designs for Clustered Data Michael A. McIsaac, University of Waterloo ; Richard J. Cook, University of Waterloo
5:20 PM Optimal Clinical Trial Designs for Personalized Medicine Hongjian Zhu, Yale University ; Hongyu Zhao, Yale University ; Feifang Hu, University of Virginia
5:35 PM Floor Discussion

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