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Sunday, 07/29/2012
An Overview of Statistical Opportunities in Psychiatric Research
Douglas R Langbehn, University of Iowa
2:05 PM

Empirical Bayes-Type Shrinkage Estimators for Evaluating Multiple Exposures in Epidemiology Studies
Jaya Satagopan, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Qin Zhou, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Susan Oliveria, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Stephen Dusza, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; Martin Weinstock, Brown University; Marianne Berwick, University of New Mexico; Allan Halpern, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
2:05 PM

Latent Factor Regression Models for Grouped Outcomes
Dawn Woodard, Cornell University; Tanzy Love, University of Rochester; David Ruppert, Cornell University; Sally Thurston, University of Rochester
2:05 PM

Comparison of Disease Risk Score Methodologies for Matched Sampling Designs
Patrick Arbogast, Kaiser Permanente
2:05 PM

Binary Regression with Differentially Misclassified Response and Exposure Variables
Li Tang, Emory University; Robert H. Lyles, Emory University; Li Tang, Emory University; Li Tang, Emory University; Li Tang, Emory University
2:50 PM

Epidemiology of Brain Cancer: Longitudinal Studies for Contract Health Service Delivery Areas
Keshav Pokhrel, University of South Florida; Chris P. Tsokos, University of South Florida
4:35 PM

Extending the Use of a Local Health Survey to Finer Spatial Resolutions
Kevin Konty, New York City Department of Public Health and Mental Hygiene
5:05 PM

Spatial Measurement Error in Two-Stage Regression, with Application to Air Pollution Epidemiology
Christopher J Paciorek, University of California at Berkeley; Adam A Szpiro, University of Washington
5:20 PM

Monday, 07/30/2012
Educational Epidemiology and Statistical Modeling: Who Is Involved and Who Really Should Be?
Madhu Mazumdar, Weill Cornell Medical College


Challenges and Opportunities in Next-Generation Genetic Epidemiologic Studies
Nilanjan Chatterjee, National Cancer Institute


Estimating HIV Incidence from Changes in HIV Prevalence
Jacob Konikoff; Ron Brookmeyer, University of California at Los Angeles
8:35 AM

Pattern Recognition Methods Used in Immunology Studies
Hua Fang, University of Massachusetts Medical School; Ann M Moormann, University of Massachusetts Medical School
10:05 AM

Beyond the Case-Control Study
Norman E. Breslow, University of Washington
11:50 AM

Model Choice for Spatial Prediction of Multiple Air Pollution Exposures
Adam A Szpiro, University of Washington; Christopher J Paciorek, University of California at Berkeley
2:05 PM

Integrated Models for Health Outcomes, Air Pollutants, and Biomarkers
Sandrah Eckel, University of Southern California; Kiros Berhane, University of Southern California; Duncan C Thomas, University of Southern California
2:25 PM

Bias and Variance Corrections for Spatially Varying Measurement Error
Stacey Alexeeff, Harvard School of Public Health; Brent Coull, Harvard School of Public Health; Raymond Carroll, Texas A&M University
3:05 PM

Tuesday, 07/31/2012
Bayesian Methods in Genetic and Environmental Epidemiology
Bhramar Mukherjee, University of Michigan


Observational Studies and Epidemiological Thinking: Interpreting Health Studies Based on Observational Data
Jareen Meinzen-Derr, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center


Interesting Examples of the Capture-Recapture Sampling Method from Biology, Public Health, and Epidemiology
Harry Norton, Carolinas Medical Center; George W Divine, Henry Ford Hospital
9:05 AM

Bayesian Hierarchical Spatial Modeling: An Application in Modeling the Prevalence of Brucellosis Among Elk in Yellowstone Ecosystem
Pritam Gupta, University of Wyoming; Timothy Robinson, University of Wyoming; Richard Anderson-Sprecher, University of Wyoming
10:35 AM

A Statistical Model for Estimating Discrete Survival Time for Melanoma Patients
Taysseer Sharaf, University of Southern Florida; Chris P. Tsokos, University of South Florida
2:50 PM

Wednesday, 08/01/2012
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


The Recent Controversy Involving GLP-1--Based Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes: Statistical and Epidemiologic Issues in Post-Marketing Database Studies
Michael Elashoff, University of California at Los Angeles/CardioDX; Cynthia Girman, Merck Research Laboratories; George Rochester, FDA; William DuMouchel, Oracle Health Sciences Global Business Unit
8:35 AM

Classifications of Women's Menstrual Patterns and Related Epidemiology Explanations
Xiaobi Huang, Merck; Sioban D Harlow, University of Michigan; Michael R. Elliott, University of Michigan
10:50 AM

Particulate Matter Is Not Killing Californians
James E. Enstrom, University of California at Los Angeles
2:05 PM

Thursday, 08/02/2012
Bump Hunting to Identify Differentially Methylated Regions in Epigenetic Epidemiology Studies
Andrew Jaffe, The Lieber Institute
10:50 AM

Spatial Uncertainty Estimation and Public Health Data
Lance A. Waller, Ph.D., Emory University; Howard Chang, Emory University; John Pearce, Emory University; Matthew Strickland, Emory University; Stefanie Sarnat, Emory University; Paige Tolbert, Emory University
11:00 AM




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