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395 * Tue, 8/5/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-258B
Missing Data Methods 1 — Contributed Papers
Biopharmaceutical Section
Chair(s): Areti Manola, Janssen   
2:05 PM Sensitivity Analyses for Recurrent Event Data Trials Subject to Missing Data Mouna Akacha, Novartis ; Emmanuel Ogundimu, University of Oxford
2:20 PM Multiple Imputation Using Gamma Meta-Regression for Missing Sample Variance Data in Meta-Analysis Amit Kumar Chowdhry, University of Rochester Medical Center ; Michael P. McDermott, University of Rochester Medical Center
2:35 PM Tipping Point Sensitivity Analysis for Stress-Testing the Censored-at-Random Assumption in Survival Analysis Bohdana Ratitch, InVentiv Health Clinical ; Ilya Lipkovich, Quintiles ; Michael O'Kelly, Quintiles
2:50 PM Methods for Missing Data Handling in Randomized Clinical Trials with Non-Normal Endpoints with Application to a Phase III Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinical Trial Chunpeng Fan, Sanofi ; Donghui Zhang, Sanofi ; Lynn Wei, Sanofi ; Gary Koch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3:05 PM Sensitivity Analyses for Clinical Trials with Missing Binary Outcomes Michael O'Kelly, Quintiles
3:20 PM Covariance Estimation of Favorable Proportion for Missing Dichotomous Data in a Multi-Visit Randomized Clinical Trial Siying Li, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Gary Koch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
3:35 PM Lost in Translation: Missing Data Theory and Practice Melanie Bell, University of Arizona ; Paul Hsu, University of Arizona ; Mallorie Fiero, University of Arizona

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