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139 * Mon, 7/30/2012, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-Room 23B
Infectious Diseases Methodology and Applications — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Committee on Gay and Lesbian Concerns in Statistics
Chair(s): Judith-Anne W. Chapman, Queen's University
8:35 AM Estimating HIV Incidence from Changes in HIV Prevalence Jacob Konikoff ; Ron Brookmeyer, University of California at Los Angeles
8:50 AM Estimating Influenza-Associated Deaths and Hospitalizations for the Same U.S. Catchment Areas by Using Negative Binomial Regression Models Po-Yung Cheng, Battelle - Contractor for CDC ; Hong Zhou, Columbus Technologies and Services, Inc. ; Lynnette Brammer, CDC ; David Shay, CDC
9:05 AM Drawing Inference About Multi-Serotype Infectious Diseases: A State-Space Model to Estimate the Duration of Cross-Protection Between Serotypes of Dengue Virus Nicholas G Reich, University of Massachusetts
9:20 AM Agent-Based Models for HIV Prevention Programs David Scott Boren, University of California at Los Angeles ; Ron Brookmeyer, University of California at Los Angeles
9:35 AM Reliability-Adjusted Standardized Incidence Ratios Using Bayesian Analysis Jonathan R. Edwards, CDC
9:50 AM Parametric and Nonparametric Empirical Bayes Techniques Applied to Post-Marketing Vaccine Safety Surveillance Brock Stewart, CDC ; Michael M McNeil, CDC ; Frank DeStefano, CDC
10:05 AM Pattern Recognition Methods Used in Immunology Studies Hua Fang, University of Massachusetts Medical School ; Ann M Moormann, University of Massachusetts Medical School

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