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513 * ! Wed, 8/6/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-211
Innovative Statistical Modeling of Data from Disease Outbreaks and Trauma Centers — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Usha Govindarajulu, Boston University   
10:35 AM Statistical Modeling of Epidemics and Contact Networks That Transmit Them Jun Yin ; Brian J. Smith, University of Iowa
10:50 AM Comparison of the Performance of Particle Filter Algorithms Applied to Tracking of a Disease Epidemic Daniel Michael Sheinson, University of California, Santa Barbara ; Jarad Niemi, Iowa State University ; Wendy Meiring, University of California, Santa Barbara
11:05 AM Divide-Recombine Prediction for Virginia Lyme Disease Emergence Based on Spatio-Temporal Count Data Yuanyuan Duan, Abbvie ; Jie Li, Virginia Tech ; Korine Kolivras, Virginia Tech ; Stephen Prisley, Virginia Tech ; James Campbell, Virginia Tech ; David Gaines, Virginia Department of Health ; Yili Hong, Virginia Tech
11:20 AM Dynamic Model for Detection of Animal Disease Outbreak Chellafe Ensoy, Hasselt University ; Christel Faes, Hasselt University ; Marc Aerts, Hasselt University
11:35 AM Predictive Modeling of Cholera Outbreaks in Bangladesh Amanda Koepke, University of Washington ; Ira Longini, University of Florida ; M. Elizabeth Halloran, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Jon Wakefield, University of Washington ; Vladimir Minin, University of Washington
11:50 AM Comparison of the Quality of Care in Trauma with Application to the Prospective, Observational, Multi-Center Massive Transfusion Study (PROMMTT) Anna Decker, University of California, Berkeley ; Alan Hubbard, University of California, Berkeley ; Mitchell Cohen, University of California, San Francisco
12:05 PM The Public Health Burden of Influenza: Clustering, Modeling, and Predicting Incidence for Diseases Associated with the Influenza Fan Tang, University of Iowa ; Joseph E. Cavanaugh, University of Iowa

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