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Legend: Washington State Convention Center = CC, Sheraton Seattle = S, Grand Hyatt = GH and The Conference Center = TCC
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253 Mon, 8/10/2015, 2:00 PM - 3:50 PM CC-615
Methodological Developments in Meta-Analysis — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , Government Statistics Section
Chair(s): Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Medical University of South Carolina
2:05 PM Meta-Analytic Framework for Sparse K-Means to Identify Disease Subtypes in Multiple Transcriptomic Studies Zhiguang Huo, University of Pittsburgh
2:20 PM Meta-Analysis of Gene Set Enrichment Studies Utilizing Isoform-Specific Expression Lie (Nathan) Li, Southern Methodist University ; Xinlei (Sherry) Wang, Southern Methodist University
2:35 PM Estimation of Random Effects in Meta-Analysis of Gene Expression Studies Uma Siangphoe, Virginia Commonwealth University ; Kellie J. Archer, Virginia Commonwealth University
2:50 PM A New Approach for Detecting Gene-by-Gene Interactions Through Meta-Analyses Yulun Liu, The University of Texas School of Public Health ; Yong Chen, The University of Texas School of Public Health ; Paul Scheet, MD Anderson Cancer Center
3:05 PM Suitable Model for Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Test Jin-Hua Chen, Taipei Medical University ; ShengLi Tzeng, Taipei Medical University ; Chun-Shu Chen, National Changhua University of Education
3:20 PM A Bayesian Hierarchical Model for Network Meta-Analysis of Diagnostic Tests Xiaoye Ma, University of Minnesota ; Haitao Chu, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities ; Yong Chen, The University of Texas School of Public Health ; Joseph Ibrahim, The University of North Carolina
3:35 PM Evaluation of Predictive Capacities of Biomarkers Based on Research Synthesis Satoshi Hattori, Kurume University ; Xiao-Hua Zhou, University of Washington

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