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468 Wed, 8/6/2014, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-259A
Novel Methods for Analysis of Survival and Longitudinal Data — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Kepher Makambi, Georgetown University   
8:35 AM Comparison of Methods to Analyze Longitudinal Data Subject to Informative Visit Times John Neuhaus, University of California, San Francisco ; Charles McCulloch, University of California, San Francisco
8:50 AM Using Structural-Nested Models to Estimate the Effect of Cluster-Level Adherence on Individual-Level Outcomes with a Three-Armed Cluster-Randomized Trial Babette Brumback, University of Florida ; Zhulin He ; Mansi Prasad, University of Florida ; Matthew Freeman, Emory University ; Richard Rheingans, University of Florida
9:05 AM Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Two-Phase Studies Michelle Ross, University of Pennsylvania
9:20 AM Global Group Parameter Model for Multivariate Longitudinal Rates of Change Matthew Bryan ; Patrick Heagerty, University of Washington
9:35 AM Count Data Modeling in Longitudinal Studies: Performance of Conditional and Marginal Approaches Leila Amorim, Universidade Federal da Bahia ; Daniele B. Trindade, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco ; Raydonal Ospina, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco
9:50 AM Comparing Immortal Time Biases in Pharmacoepidemiologic Survival Analyses of Antihypertensives After Pancreatic Cancer Versus Antidiabetics After Head and Neck Cancer Scott Keith, Thomas Jefferson University ; Thomas Karagiannis, Thomas Jefferson University ; Vittorio Maio, Thomas Jefferson University ; Daniel Louis, Thomas Jefferson University ; Carol Rabinowitz, Thomas Jefferson University ; Mengdan Liu, Thomas Jefferson University
10:05 AM Estimating the Effect of Beta-Interferon Exposure in Delaying Disease Progression in Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Patients Using Causal Inference Tools Mohammad Karim, University of British Columbia ; Paul Gustafson, University of British Columbia ; Albert John Petkau, University of British Columbia ; Yinshan Zhao, University of British Columbia ; Afsaneh Shirani, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center ; Elaine Kingwell, University of British Columbia ; Charity Evans, University of Saskatchewan ; Mia van der Kop, Karolinska Institutet ; Joel Oger, University of British Columbia ; Helen Tremlett, University of British Columbia

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