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42 Sun, 8/3/2014, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-257A
New Modeling Approaches for Survival and Clustered Outcomes — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Rebecca Coley, University of Washington   
2:05 PM Regression for Skewed Biomarker Outcomes Subject to Pooling — Emily Mitchell, NICHD ; Robert Lyles, Emory University ; Amita K. Manatunga, Emory University ; Michelle Danaher, University of Maryland Baltimore County ; Neil Perkins, NICHD ; Enrique Schisterman, NICHD
2:20 PM Are Robust Poisson Models Less Affected by Model Misspecification Compared to the Log-Bionomial Models When Estimating Relative Risks for Common Binary Outcomes? Wansu Chen, Kaiser Permanente ; Lei Qian, Kaiser Permanente ; Jiaxiao Shi, Kaiser Permanente ; Stanley Azen, University of Southern California
2:35 PM Application of Observed and Simulated Data on Log-Binomial and Similar Models Shailendra Banerjee, CDC
2:50 PM A Class of Semiparametric Mixture Cure Survival Models with Prevalent Survival Data Yu-Jen Cheng, National Tsing Hua University
3:05 PM A Simulation-Based Assessment of Mixed-Effects Cox Model Misspecification Adel Elghafghuf, University of Prince Edward Island ; Henrik Stryhn, University of Prince Edward Island
3:20 PM Estimating the Relationship Between a Transient Effect and the Onset of an Acute Event: A Comparison of a Case-Crossover Design and a Retrospective Cohort Design Carlin Brickner, Visiting Nurse Service of New York ; Dirk Moore, Rutgers School of Public Health ; Shou-En Lu, Rutgers School of Public Health ; Kitaw Demissie, Rutgers School of Public Health ; Robert J. Rosati, CenterLight Healthcare
3:35 PM Floor Discussion

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