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80 Sun, 7/29/2012, 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM CC-Room 33A
Bayesian Modeling in Life Sciences — Contributed Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science
Chair(s): Franceso Stingo, MD Anderson Cancer Center
4:05 PM A Bayesian Analysis of Daily Weir Counts for Estimating Chinook Salmon Escapement Margaret Short, University of Alaska Fairbanks ; James Jasper, Alaska Department of Fish and Game ; Chris Shelden, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
4:20 PM Sampling Designs for a Multispecies Assemblage with Unknown Heterogeneity — Hongmei Zhang, University of South Carolina ; Kaushik Ghosh, University of Nevada, Las Vegas ; Pulak Ghosh, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
4:35 PM Bayesian Analysis of Competing Risks Cure Rate Regression Model Qian Dong, Northern Illinois University ; Sanjib Basu, Northern Illinois University
4:50 PM Bayesian Sample Size Determination for a Cost-Effectiveness Study with Censored Costs Daniel Beavers, Wake Forest University Health Sciences ; James Stamey, Baylor University
5:05 PM Improving Bayesian Methods in Pharmacovigilance with Drug Hierarchies Trevor Shaddox, University of California at Los Angeles ; Marc A Suchard, University of California at Los Angeles
5:20 PM Model-Based Estimation for Respondent-Driven Sampling Sergiy Nesterko, Harvard University ; Joseph Blitzstein, Harvard University
5:35 PM A Flexible Class of Models for Longitudinal Data Subject to Data Irregularities Liwei Wang, North Carolina State University ; Sujit Kumar Ghosh, North Carolina State University

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