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243 Mon, 7/30/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Room 24A
Methods for Longitudinal Data Analysis — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , Biopharmaceutical Section , Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Paula K. Roberson, PhD, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
2:05 PM Bias-Corrected GEE Estimation for Longitudinal Data Sudhir Paul, University of Windsor ; Xuemao Zhang, Lakehead University
2:20 PM Posterior Predictive Model Assessment for Incomplete Longitudinal Data Arkendu Chatterjee, University of Florida ; Michael Daniels, University of Florida
2:35 PM Regression Analysis of Longitudinal Data with Irregular and Informative Observation Times Yong Chen, The University of Texas School of Public Health ; Jing Ning, MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Chunyan Cai, MD Anderson Cancer Center
2:50 PM Joint Modeling of Longitudinal Health Predictors and Cross-Sectional Health Outcomes via Mean and Variance Trajectories Bei Jiang, University of Michigan ; Michael R. Elliott, University of Michigan ; Mary D. Sammel, University of Pennsylvania ; Naisyin Wang, University of Michigan
3:05 PM Multistage Random Effects Model for Disease Progression in Longitudinal Aging Studies Kumar Rajan ; Denis Evans, Rush University Medical Center
3:20 PM Analysis of Longitudinal Counts from a Population with Two Latent Classes Huijing Wang, Simon Fraser University ; X. Joan Hu, Simon Fraser University
3:35 PM A Framework for the Joint Modeling of Longitudinal Diagnostic Outcome Data and Latent Infection Status Geoffrey Jones, Massey University ; Wesley Johnson, University of California at Irvine ; Daan Vink, Massey University ; Nigel French, Massey University

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