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651 Thu, 8/13/2015, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-616
Large-Scale Hypothesis Testing and Biomarker Evaluation — Contributed Papers
Biometrics Section , International Chinese Statistical Association
Chair(s): Dongjun Chung, Medical University of South Carolina
8:35 AM A Fast Multiple-Kernel Method with Applications to Detect Gene-Environment Interaction Rachel Marceau, North Carolina State University ; Wenbin Lu, North Carolina State University ; Fang-Chi Hsu, Wake Forest School of Medicine ; Jung-Ying Tzeng, North Carolina State University
8:50 AM A Novel Kernel-Based Statistical Approach to Testing Association with Body Mass Index in a Longitudinal Genetic Study Zuoheng Wang, Yale University ; Zhong Wang, Cornell University ; Xinyu Zhang, Yale University ; Ke Xu, Yale University
9:05 AM Kernel Machine--Based Testing with Paired Genetic Samples Yatong Li, University of Washington ; Michael C. Wu, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
9:20 AM A GWAS Model on the Interaction of Functional-Valued Traits Han Hao ; Rongling Wu, Penn State
9:35 AM Optimal Detection of Weak Positive Dependence Between Two Mixture Distributions Sihai Zhao, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Tony Cai, University of Pennsylvania ; Hongzhe Li, University of Pennsylvania
9:50 AM Rare Variant Association Analysis of Quantitative Traits in Pedigrees of Arbitrary Size and Structure Yunxuan Jiang, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health ; Michael Epstein, Emory University ; Karen Conneely, Emory University
10:05 AM A Matrix-Variate Approach to Efficient Mean Estimation with Dependent Observations Michael Hornstein, University of Michigan ; Kerby Shedden, University of Michigan ; Shuheng Zhou, University of Michigan

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