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526 Wed, 8/1/2012, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Sails Pavilion
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Epidemiology — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Jianwei Chen, San Diego State University
48: Mapping Disease Risk with Changing Census Boundaries Paul Nguyen, University of Toronto ; Patrick Brown, Cancer Care Ontario ; Jamie Stafford, University of Toronto
49: The Comprehensive Epidemiologic Data Resource Janice Watkins, Oak Ridge Associated Universities
50: Piecewise Exponential Survival Times and Analysis of Case-Cohort Data Barry I. Graubard, National Cancer Institute ; Yan Li, The University of Texas at Arlington ; Jay Lubin, National Cancer Institute ; Dale Preston, Hirosoft International ; Mitchell H Gail, National Cancer Institute
51: Confidence Intervals for Subsampled Poisson Random Variables Owen Devine, CDC
53: Semi-Markov Models for Transitions from Cognitively Intact to Clinically Impaired Richard Kryscio, University of Kentucky ; Yushun Lin, Citi Bank ; Erin Abner, Center on Aging
54: The Robust TDT-Type Test Under Informative Parental Missingness Jin-Hua Chen ; Kuang-Fu Cheng, China Medical University
56: Development of a Bayesian Joint Logistic Model (BJLM) to Better Study the Association Between Haplotypes and Disease Anthony D'Amelio, MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Carol Etzel, MD Anderson Cancer Center
57: Comparison of Internal Model Validation Methods for Multifactor Dimensionality Reduction to Find Genetic Heterogeneity Models Holly Sweeney, North Carolina State University ; Jeffrey Joseph Gory, North Carolina State University
58: Predicting Cholera Cases from Environmental Variables Using Sequential Monte Carlo Methods Amanda Allen, University of Washington ; Vladimir N Minin, University of Washington ; Ira Longini, Emerging Pathogens Institute ; Jon Wakefield, University of Washington ; Elizabeth Halloran, University of Washington
60: A Forest Approach to Defining a Study Population Emil Pitkin, The Wharton School ; Justin Bleich, The Wharton School
61: A Forest Approach to Defining a Study Population Justin Bleich, The Wharton School ; Emil Pitkin, The Wharton School
62: An Adaptation of Weighted Case-Control Logistic Regression to Predict Alcohol Withdrawal in Hospitalized Patients G. Kolm, Christiana Center for Outcomes Research ; Edward Ewen, Christiana Care Health System
63: Bridged or Not Bridged Jieru Chen, CDC
64: Variance Estimation for Directly Standardized Surveillance Rates with Multiply Imputed Race Categories Tracy Pondo, CDC
65: Using a Reference Survey and Propensity Scores to Adjust BRFSS Survey Weights to Compensate for Non-Cell Phone Coverage Julia Zhu, CDC
66: Childhood Obesity Disparities: A Case Study of Hierarchical Spatial Models Jonggyu Baek, University of Michigan ; Brisa N Sánchez, University of Michigan School of Public Health ; Emma V. Sanchez-Vaznaugh, San Francisco State University
67: Robust Outcome Analysis for Observational Studies Designed Using Propensity Score Matching Bradley E Huitema, Western Michigan University ; Scott Kosten, Western Michigan University ; Joseph W McKean, Western Michigan University
68: Methodology for Measuring Progress and Disparities in Healthy People 2010 Leda Gurley, National Center for Health Statistics
69: Modeling Highly Complex Models of Disease Risk Bethany Vohlers, North Carolina State University ; Erika Alpeter, North Carolina State University
70: A Simulation Adjustment for Ancestry Using GWAS in Recently Admixed Populations Jianqi Zhang, University of Southern California ; Daniel O. Stram, University of Southern California
71: Homozygosity by Descent and Risk for Schizophrenia in Palau Cong Lu, Carnegie Mellon University ; Nadine Melhem, University of Pittsburgh ; Bernie Devlin, University of Pittsburgh
73: Genotype Imputation with Population-Specific Reference Panels Hye Sung Min ; Matthew Zawistowski, University of Michigan ; Sebastian Zöllner, University of Michigan
74: Meta-Analysis of Epidemiologic Studies on Tricyclic Antidepressants and Fracture Risk Qing Wu, Mayo Clinic ; Wenchun Qu, Mayo Clinic ; Michael D Crowell, Mayo Clinic ; Joseph G Hentz, Mayo Clinic ; Keith A Frey, Mayo Clinic

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