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664 Thu, 8/2/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Room 28A
Bayesian Modeling in Life Sciences 2 — Contributed Papers
Section on Bayesian Statistical Science
Chair(s): Saman Muthukumarana, University of Manitoba
10:35 AM Assessment of Parametric and Nonparametric Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Profiling Health Care Providers Xiaowei Yang, University of California at Davis ; Hongxia Yang, University of California at Davis ; Dao Zhou, University of California at Davis ; Qian Zhang, University of California at Davis
10:50 AM Segmental Modeling of Viral Load Changes for HIV Longitudinal Data with Skewness and Detection Limits Yangxin Huang, University of South Florida
11:05 AM Bayesian Hierarchical Model for Analyzing Multiple Correlated Outcomes of Familial Data Qiaolin Chen, University of California at Los Angeles ; Robert E Weiss, University of California at Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health ; Catherine A Sugar, University of California at Los Angeles
11:20 AM Bayesian Threshold Regression Model for Current Status Data with Informative Censoring Tao Xiao, The Ohio State University ; Michael Lindsey Pennell, The Ohio State University College of Public Health
11:35 AM A Bayesian Approach to the Instrumental Variable Problem with a Binary Outcome and a Binary Treatment Rodney Sparapani, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Purushottam Laud, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Jessica Pruszynski, Medical College of Wisconsin ; Robert McCulloch, The University of Texas
11:50 AM Empirical Bayesian Modeling of Pharmacokinetic Data David Bryant King, FDA/CBER ; Richard A Forshee, FDA/CBER ; Robert Mitkus, FDA/CBER
12:05 PM Nonparametric Bayes Modeling for Jointly Analyzing Family and Unrelated Data Chuanhua Xing, Boston University ; Andrew Allen, Duke University ; Yi-Ju Li, Duke University

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