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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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270 Mon, 8/10/2015, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM CC-4B
SPEED: Topics on General Methodology in Public Health, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Trent L. Lalonde, University of Northern Colorado
1: Searching for Nonlinearity Using Fractional Polynomials G. Kolm, Christiana Care Health System ; Daniel Elliot, Christiana Care Health System ; Joanne Brice, Christiana Care Health System
2: Estimating the Causal Effect of Solid Organ Transplantation Treatment Regimes on Survival Jeffrey Boatman ; David Vock, University of Minnesota
3: Modeling Geo-Located Public Health Data Using Spatio-Temporal Log-Gaussian Cox Processes Theresa Smith, Lancaster University ; Peter J. Diggle, Lancaster University ; Ben Taylor, Lancaster University
4: Regression for Skewed Biomarker Outcomes Subject to Pooling ; Robert H. Lyles, Emory University ; Amita K. Manatunga, Emory University ; Michelle Danaher, NICHD ; Neil J. Perkins, NICHD ; Enrique F. Schisterman, NIH
5: Imputing Estrogen Receptor Status in a Population-Based Cancer Registry: A Sensitivity Analysis Rebecca Andridge, The Ohio State University ; Anne-Michelle Noone, National Cancer Institute
6: Variable Selection in Additive Hazards Model with Case-Cohort Design Andy (Ai) Ni, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Jianwen Cai, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
7: Investigating Potential Socioeconomic and Behavioral Factors Influencing Mosquito Net Ownership in Three Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa Benjamin Pope, The University of Arizona ; Denise Roe, The University of Arizona ; Kacey Ernst, The University of Arizona ; Daoqin Tong, The University of Arizona
8: An Improved Version of Activity Intensity and Its Comparison with Activity Count, with the Application to Women Health Initiative Jiawei Bai, The Johns Hopkins University ; Chongzhi Di, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Ciprian Crainiceanu, The Johns Hopkins University ; Luo Xiao, The Johns Hopkins University
9: Modeling the Relationships with Longitudinal Growth Patterns: Comparing Your Options Brianna Heggeseth
10: A Comparison of Methods for Imputing Missing Longitudinal fMRI Data Maria Josefsson, Umeå University ; Anders Lundquist, Umeå University ; Lars Nyberg, Umeå University
11: Comparison of Missing Imputation Methods for Combining Multiregional Cohort Studies Ayano Takeuchi, Keio University
12: Comparison of Three Methods to Estimate the Relationship Between Physical Activity and Health Indicators Among Adults with and Without Disability Qing Zhang, CDC ; Courtney-Long Elizabeth A., CDC ; Michelle Sloan, CDC ; Stevens Alissa , CDC ; Dianna D. Carroll, CDC
13: Challenges in Full Matching in the Presence of Clustering and Sparse Data Matthew Bryan, University of Pennsylvania ; Russell Localio, University of Pennsylvania
14: Markov Chains and Continuous Time Multi-State Markov Models Comparisons in Longitudinal Clinical Analysis Lijie Wan, University of Kentucky ; Richard J. Kryscio, University of Kentucky
15: Predictive Modeling of Cholera Outbreaks in Different Areas of Bangladesh Amanda Koepke, FHCRC ; Ira M. Longini, University of Florida ; M. Elizabeth Halloran, ASA ; Jon Wakefield, University of Washington ; Vladimir Minin, University of Washington
16: A Bayesian Natural Cubic B Spline Varying Coefficient Method for Nonignorable Dropout Camille Moore, Colorado School of Public Health ; Samantha MaWhinney, Colorado School of Public Health ; Nichole Carlson, University of Colorado Anshutz Medical Campus ; Jeri Forster, Colorado School of Public Health
17: The Marginal Structural Models for Modeling Time-Dependent Exposure in the Analysis of Case-Control Studies Lie Hong Chen, Kaiser Permanente ; Anny H. Xiang, Kaiser Permanente
18: Assessing Bias in the Estimation of Causal Hazard Ratio Among Compliers Using Two-Stage Instrumental Variable Approaches Fei Wan, University of Pennsylvania ; Dylan Small, University of Pennsylvania ; Nandita Mitra, University of Pennsylvania ; Justin Bekelman, University of Pennsylvania
19: Assessing Temporal Trends of Central-Line Associated Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) Infections in the U.S. Hospitals Minn Soe

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