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573 * Wed, 8/1/2012, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-Room 23C
Advances in Time-to-Event Analysis — Contributed Papers
Biopharmaceutical Section
Chair(s): Junwu Shen, Novartis Oncology
2:05 PM Landmark Estimation of Survival Incorporating Intermediate Event Information in a Randomized Clinical Trial Layla Parast, Harvard University ; Tianxi Cai, Harvard University
2:20 PM Model-Free Tests for Hypotheses of No Quantitative and No Qualitative Interactions in Survival Analysis Kallappa Koti, FDA
2:35 PM Prediction of Event Time for A Time-to-Event Endpoint Under A Piecewise Exponential Model Liang Chen, Pfizer Inc. ; Xiaoyu Dong, MedImmune
2:50 PM Application of Disease Progression and Time-to-Event Models to Heart Failure and Large-Tumor Oncology Data Shu Yang, Novartis ; David James, Novartis ; Ramesh Sarangapani, Novartis
3:05 PM Semiparametric Estimation in the Proportional Subdistribution Hazards Model with Missing Cause of Failure Jonathan Yabes, University of Pittsburgh ; Chung-Chou H Chang, University of Pittsburgh
3:20 PM Competing Risk Data Subject to Interval Censoring in Survival Analysis — Lejia Lou, Penn State University ; Grace Liu, Johnson & Johnson
3:35 PM An Analysis of the Survival Aspect of COPDGene Andre Williams, National Jewish Health ; Russell Bowler, National Jewish Health ; Anna Forssen, National Jewish Health

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