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132 * Mon, 7/30/2012, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-Room 24A
Analysis of Missing Data — Contributed Papers
Biopharmaceutical Section
Chair(s): Everton Rowe, Accenture
8:35 AM How Many Imputations Are Needed to Stabilize Imputation-Based Study Results? Kaifeng Lu, Forest Labs
8:50 AM Multiple Imputation for Cytokine/Metabolite Assay Data with Missing Data and Values Below Detectable Limits of Quantification Saijuan Zhang, Merck ; Ying Guo, Merck
9:05 AM A Multiple Imputation Approach for Surrogate Markers Evaluation in the Causal Inference Framework Xiaopeng Miao, Boston University School of Public Health ; Xiaoming Li, Gilead Sciences ; Ivan Chan, Merck
9:20 AM Impact of a Very High Proportion of Nonignorable Missing Data on the Validity of Pivotal Clinical Trial Design and Analysis Marc De Somer, Alkermes, Inc. ; Yangchun Du, Alkermes, Inc. ; Asli Memisoglu, Alkermes, Inc.
9:35 AM Response-Adaptive Randomized Clinical Trial with Missing Data Zhenjun Ma, University of Virginia ; Feifang Hu, University of Virginia
9:50 AM A Likelihood-Based Approach to Responder Analysis When Data Are Grouped Daniel Bonzo, XenoPort, Inc. ; Erold Ryan Bonzo, University of the Philippines
10:05 AM Floor Discussion

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