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183 Mon, 7/30/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Room 24C
Genetic Epidemiology — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Jaya Satagopan, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
10:35 AM Integrating Multiple Glycans and Genetic Data Using Joint Modeling Techniques: An Application in Leiden Longevity Study Jeanine Houwing, Leiden University ; Roula Tsonaka, Leiden University Medical Center ; Hae-Won Uh, Leiden University Medical Center ; Manfred Wuhrer, Leiden University Medical Center ; Eline Slagboom, Leiden University Medical Center
10:50 AM Improved Statistical Methods for Allele Frequency Estimation in Sequencing Data Zuoheng Wang, Yale University ; Xiangtao Liu, Yale University ; Bao-Zhu Yang, Yale University
11:05 AM Two-Stage Extreme Phenotype Sequencing Design for Discovering and Testing Common and Rare Genetic Variants: Efficiency and Power Guolian Kang, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital ; Jinbo Chen, University of Pennsylvania
11:20 AM Combining P-Values from Linear and Quadratic Tests for Rare Variants Provides Robust Statistics Across Genetic Models Lei Sun, University of Toronto ; Andriy Derkach, University of Toronto ; Jerald F. Lawless, University of Waterloo
11:35 AM Statistical Implications of Unobserved Parental Genotypes in Estimating Linkage Disequilibrium Bevan Emma Huang, CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics, and Statistics/Food Futures National Research Flagship ; Colin Cavanagh, CSIRO Plant Industry/Food Futures National Research Flagship
11:50 AM Predicting HLA Allele from Genotype Data Yongtao Guan
12:05 PM Using the Population Attributable Fraction to Measure Heritability in Dichotomous Twin Data Leroy R Thacker, Virginia Commonwealth University ; Viswanathan Ramakrishnan, Medical University of South Carolina

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