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77 * Sun, 7/29/2012, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-Room 29C
Applications of High-Dimensional Regression — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , International Chinese Statistical Association , Section on Statistical Learning and Data Mining
Chair(s): Lingling An, University of Arizona
4:05 PM Multiple-Scale Adaptive Mixed Model for Imaging Genetics Data Ja-an Lin ; Hongtu Zhu, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Wei Sun, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Joseph Ibrahim, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
4:20 PM Variable Selection for High-Dimensional Multivariate Outcomes with Application to Genetic Pathway/Network Analysis Tamar Sofer, Harvard School of Public Health ; Lee Dicker, Rutgers University ; Xihong Lin, Harvard University
4:35 PM Performance Evaluation of Three Methods for Predicting Quantitative Traits Xuesong Li, Oklahoma State University ; Lan Zhu, Oklahoma State University
4:50 PM Perturbation Detection Through Modeling of Gene Expression on a Latent Biological Pathway Network Lisa Pham, Boston University ; Luis Carvalho, Boston University ; Scott Schaus, Boston University ; Eric D Kolaczyk, Boston University
5:05 PM Fast eQTL Analysis for Twin Studies Zhaoyu Yin, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Fei Zou, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
5:20 PM Classification of Patients from Time-Course Gene Expression Yuping Zhang, Stanford University ; ;
5:35 PM A Hierarchical Failure Model for Characterizing Progressive Abnormal Neuronal Network Interactions During Epileptic Seizure Evolution Catherine Stamoulis, Harvard Medical School ; Bernard S Chang, Harvard Medical School

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