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245 Mon, 8/4/2014, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM CC-Exhibit Hall B2
Speed Session #2: Topics in Biopharmaceutical Statistics and Programming and Analysis, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biopharmaceutical Section , Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts
Chair(s): Bonnie Lafleur, Ventana Medical Systems   
The Oral portion will take place during Session 210516
1: Incorporation of Survival Information in Diagnostic Test Evaluation Chang Xu, Ventana Medical Systems ; Dean Billheimer, University of Arizona ; Bonnie Lafleur, Ventana Medical Systems
2: The Cox Model and 'Type 3' Tests Terry Therneau, Mayo Clinic
3: Bayesian Dose-Finding Procedure Based on Information Utility Lei Gao, George Mason University ; William F. Rosenberger, George Mason University
4: Bayesian Hierarchical Bias Model for Demonstrating Biosimilarity Joseph Wu, Boston University School of Public Health ; Sandeep Menon, Pfizer ; Gheorghe Doros, Boston University School of Public Health ; Mark Chang, AMAG Pharmaceuticals ; Kerry Barker, Pfizer
5: Evaluating the Performance of Simultaneous Stepwise Confidence Intervals for the Difference Between Two Poisson Rates Brianna Bright, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Julia Soulakova, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
6: A Bayesian Adaptive Design with Time-to-Event Data for Claiming Noninferiority for Therapeutic Cardiovascular Medical Device Baohui Zhang, Johnson & Johnson ; Hui Wang, Consultant
7: Bayesian Analysis for Crossover Trials with Repeated Measurements in Soft Contact Lens Trials Quan Zhang, University of Minnesota ; Youssef Toubouti, Johnson & Johnson ; Bradley P. Carlin, University of Minnesota
8: Sample Size Reestimation for Ordinal Data Based on Conditional Power Emelita de Leon-Wong, PPDI ; Liwei Wang, PPDI
9: Retrospective Look at Adaptive Design by Applying Potvin's Method Juhui Jiao, Janssen ; Sudhakar Rao, Janssen
10: Information Value Statistic and Predictors for Logistic Regression Bruce Lund, Marketing Associates
11: Group Structured Integrative Clustering for Feature Discovery and Coherent Samples Identification in Inter-Related Multiple Genomic Data Sets SungHwan Kim ; Yong Seok Park, University of Pittsburgh ; George Tseng, University of Pittsburgh
12: Optimal Fingerprinting in Detecting Changes in Climate Extremes Jun Yan, University of Connecticut ; Xuebin Zhang, Environment Canada ; Zhuo Wang, University of Connecticut
14: A Quantile-Based Convergence Diagnostic for MCMC Michael Lerch, Montana State University
15: LogitROC: An R Package for Making Inferences on ROC Curves and Surfaces Using Nonparametric and Semiparametric Approaches Dong Zhang, Bloomsburg University
16: A New Goodness-of-Fit Test for Time Series Models Based on Correlation Between the Sample Autocorrelation and Partial Autocorrelation Sequences James Faulkner, University of Washington ; Donald B. Percival, University of Washington
17: Type I and Type II Error Properties for White's Robust Covariance Matrix Estimator in Longitudinal Designs Keith Williams, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
19: The Power of Fragmentation: Enabling Effective Audience Targeting on Television McCall McIntyre, Simulmedia ; Alexandra Schorr, Simulmedia

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