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244 * Mon, 8/5/2013, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-515c
The Analysis of Time-to-Event Data — Contributed Papers
Biopharmaceutical Section , Biometrics Section , Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Chair(s): Wenquan Wang, Morphotek Inc
2:05 PM A Multivariate Frailty Model for the Multi-Type Recurrent Event Data Using an Automated Monte Carlo EM Algorithm Khaled Bedair, Virginia Tech ; Yili Hong, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
2:20 PM U-Statistics for Multiple Censored Outcomes with Varying Frequency, Severity, Attribution Knut Wittkowski, The Rockefeller University
2:35 PM Sample Size Considerations When Using Two Time-to-Event Outcomes for Comparing Two Interventions in Clinical Trials Toshimitsu Hamasaki, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine ; Tomoyuki Sugimoto, Hirosaki University Graduate School of Science and Technology ; Takashi Sozu, Kyoto University School of Public Health ; Scott Evans, Haravard University School of Public Health
2:50 PM Causal Multiple Comparisons for Survival Data Hong Zhu, The Ohio State University ; Bo Lu, The Ohio State University
3:05 PM A Frailty-Based Progressive Multistate Model for Progression and Death in Cancer Studies Chen Hu, American College of Radiology ; Alex Tsodikov, University of Michigan
3:20 PM Predicting Analysis Time in Event-Driven Clinical Trials When There Are Multiple Correlated Time-to-Event Endpoints Jianming Wang, Celgene ; Zhinuan Yu, Celgene
3:35 PM Making Medical Transfer Mode Decisions Under Time Pressure: Understanding How Decisionmakers Interpret Historical Data — Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto ; Wayne Giang, University of Toronto ; Russell D. MacDonald, Ornge ; Mahvareh Ahghari, Ornge

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