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186 Mon, 8/4/2014, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Exhibit Hall B2
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Daniel S. Cooley, Colorado State University   
1: Genotype to Phenotype Maps: Multiple Input Abiotic Signals Combine to Produce Growth Effects via Attenuating Signaling Interactions in Maize Cuixian Chen, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
2: A Joint Modeling Approach for Right-Censored Multivariate Longitudinal Data Miran Jaffa, American University of Beirut ; Ayad A. Jaffa, American University of Beirut ; Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Medical University of South Carolina
3: Joint Assessment of Dependent Discrete Disease State Processes David Engler ; Brian Healy, Massachusetts General Hospital
4: Factors Associated with Falls and Injurious Falls in Community-Dwelling Adults Aged 18--64 Years Old Feifei Wei, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ; Amy L. Hester, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ; Amy M. Schrader, University of Arkansas
5: Power Calculation in Candidate Marker Detection in RNA-Seq Experiment Ge Liao, University of Pittsburgh ; George Tseng, University of Pittsburgh
6: Comparison of Storer's and mTPI Designs with Simulation Hong Wang, University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
7: Using Doubly Robust Estimator to Estimate an Average Treatment Effect in Observational Studies When Treatment Switching Exists Chunhao Tu, University of New England ; Woon Yuen Koh, University of New England
8: An Application of the Nonlinear Mixed Effect Model Using Regression Splines Yiichieh Huang ; Karen J. Coleman, Kaiser Permanente
9: Attributable Fractions and Excess Fractions with Multiple Exposure Level: The Relations and Bounds Yasutaka Chiba
10: Multivariate Polynomial Temporal Genetic Association and Genetic Causality Methods Luan Lin, Icahn school of medicine at Mount Sinai ; Kayee Yeung, University of Washington ; Roger E. Bumgarner, University of Washington ; Eric E. Schadt, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai ; Jun E. Zhu, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
11: Multiple Inflation Negative Binomial Model with L1 Regularization Arvind Tripathi, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; Kui Zhang, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; Xiaogang Su, University of Texas at El Paso
12: Identifying Patient-Specific Biomarker and Predicting Anti-Cancer Drug Sensitivity via Robust Statistical Methodology Heewon Park, University of Tokyo ; Teppei Shimamura, University of Tokyo ; Seiya Imoto, University of Tokyo ; Satoru Miyano, University of Tokyo
13: A Hierarchical Modeling Strategy for Identifying Gene Expression Heterosis William Landau, Iowa State University ; Jarad Niemi, Iowa State University ; Peng Liu, Iowa State University ; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University
14: Predicting Patients' Responses to Treatment for Personalized Medicine Wei-Jiun Lin, Feng Chia University ; James J. Chen, NCTR/FDA
15: Goodness-of-fit for U-Process Youngjoo Cho, Penn State ; Debashis Ghosh, Penn State
16: Gene-Dependent Normalization of RNA-Seq Data Andrew Lithio, Iowa State University ; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University
17: Effects and Detection of Link Misspecification in Generalized Linear Mixed Models Shun Yu ; Xianzheng Huang, University of South Carolina
18: Application of GEV in Analysis of Survival Data Dooti Roy, University of Connecticut ; Dipak Dey, University of Connecticut ; Vivekananda Roy, Iowa State University
20: Evaluation of Statistical Methods for Longitudinal Count Data with Dropouts Takayuki Abe, Keio University School of Medicine ; Kazuhito Shiosakai, Daiichi Sankyo Co. ; Yuji Sato, Keio University School of Medicine ; Manabu Iwasaki, Seikei University
22: Estimation of Covariate Effects for Interval-Censored Competing Risks Data Under the Joint Modeling Framework Bo Fu, Merck ; Chung-Chou Chang, University of Pittsburgh ; Ching-wen Lee, University of Pittsburgh
23: Combining P-Values for Gene Set Analysis Ziwen Wei, Merck ; Lynn Kuo, University of Connecticut
25: Imputation of Rare Genetic Variants Thomas Hoffmann, University of California, San Francisco
26: Constrained Randomness and the Evolution of Artificial Neural Networks Thomas W. Woolley, Samford University ; Steven F. Donaldson, Samford University ; Nick Dzugan, Samford University ; Jason Goebel, Samford University
27: A New Approach to Calculating Expected Value of Sample Information for a Clinical Trial Robert A. Parker, Massachusetts General Hospital ; Pamela Pen-Erh Pei, Massachusetts General Hospital ; Milton Weinstein, Harvard School of Public Health
28: Visualizing a Large Number of Regression Models Fitted to RNA-Sequencing Data Yanming Di, Oregon State University
29: Accounting for Nuisance Covariates When Using RNA-Seq Data to Identify Differentially Expressed Genes Yet T. Nguyen, Iowa State University ; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University
30: Multistate Hidden Markov Model for High-Frequency Repeated Measures in Applications to Studies of Physical Activities with Accelerometers Jaejoon Song, MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Karen Basen-Engquist, MD Anderson Cancer Center
31: Objective Bayes Variable Selection for Site-Occupancy Models Using Latent Normal Mixtures Daniel Taylor Rodriguez, University of Florida ; Claudio Fuentes ; Andrew Womack, University of Florida ; Nikolay Bliznyuk, University of Florida
32: Joint Hypothesis Testing Application Jing You, Cleveland Clinic ; Edward Mascha, Cleveland Clinic
33: A Classification Approach for DNA Methylation Profiling with Bisulphite Next-Generation Sequencing Data Longjie Cheng ; Yu Zhu, Purdue University
34: Identifying Genetic Variants for Addiction via Propensity Score Adjusted Generalized Kendall's Tau Yuan Jiang, Oregon State University ; Ni Li, Hainan Normal University ; Heping Zhang, Yale
35: Box-Cox Transformations for Generalized Linear Models Patrick Johnston
37: Statistical Analysis of Glycoprotein Data in Breast Cancer Cell Lines Spencer Bowen, SFSU ; Alexandra Piryatinska, San Francisco State University ; Leslie Timpe, San Francisco State University

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