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240 Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-513b
Semiparametric Modeling — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Jeff M Szychowski, University of Alabama at Birmingham
2:05 PM Dual-Likelihood Ratio Test for Type-I Censored Multiple Samples Under Semiparametric Density Ratio Models Song Cai, University of British Columbia ; Jiahua Chen, Universithy of British Columbia
2:20 PM Statistical Inference for Nonlinear Functional Models with Application to Copy Number Variation and Multiple Myeloma Data Adrian Coles, North Carolina State University ; Arnab Maity, North Carolina State University ; Veera Baladandayuthapani, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Ganiraju Manyam, The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
2:35 PM On the Asymptotic Behavior of the Pseudolikelihood Ratio Test Statistic with Boundary Problems in Semiparametric Models Yong Chen, The University of Texas School of Public Health ; Jing Ning, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Kung-Yee Liang, National Yang Ming University
2:50 PM Integrating M-Regression with False Discovery Rates for Outlier Detection in Genetic Association Studies of Quantitative Traits Vanda Lourenco, CMA, FCT - Universidade Nova de Lisboa ; Ana Maria Pires, CEMAT, IST - Universidade Técnica de Lisboa
3:05 PM Methods and Dilemmas of Using Patient Registries in Evidence-Based Research Carolyn Carroll, Stat Tech Inc ; Jan F. Nygard, Norwegian Cancer Registry
3:20 PM Model Selection and Model Averaging Partially Linear Single-Index Models Yao Yu, University of Rochester ; Sally W. Thurston, University of Rochester ; Russ Hauser Hauser, Harvard School of Public Health ; Hua Liang, University of Rochester
3:35 PM Risk Prediction in Consecutive Time-to-Event Outcome Subject to a Competing Event Joanna Shih, National Cancer Institute ; Paul Albert, NICHD

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