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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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193 Mon, 8/10/2015, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-4B
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Lan Xue, Oregon State University
13: Skew T and Semiparametric Empirical Likelihoods Versus Parametric Robust Likelihood Wei-Cheng Hsiao, Institute of Statistical Science, Academia Sinica ; Tsung-Shan Tsou, National Central University
14: Simulation-Based Hypothesis Testing of High-Dimensional Means Under Covariance Heterogeneity Wen Zhou, Colorado State University ; Jinyuan Chang, The University of Melbourne ; Wenxin Zhou, The University of Melbourne
15: Analysis of Single Particle Diffusion with Transient Binding Using Particle Filtering Jason Bernstein
16: Model Selection of Generalized Estimating Equations with Multiply Imputed Longitudinal Data Chung Wei Shen ; Yi-Hau Chen, Academia Sinica
17: Sieve Estimation for Partial Linear Models with Applications to Cox-Type Models Jiajun Xu, The University of Hong Kong ; Kwok Fai Lam, The University of Hong Kong
18: Penalized B-Spline Mixed Effects Model with Random Time-Shift: An Application to Contemporary Cervical Dilation Data Caroline Munindi Mulatya, University of South Carolina ; Alexander McLain, University of South Carolina
19: Multiple Imputation for Longitudinal Count Data with Dropouts: A Methodological Evaluation Takayuki Abe, Keio University School of Medicine ; Kazuhito Shiosakai, Daiichi Sankyo Co., Ltd. ; Fumiya Sano, Keio University School of Medicine ; Rachel Roberts, Keio University School of Medicine ; Yuji Sato, Keio University School of Medicine ; Manabu Iwasaki, Seikei University
20: Migraine and Possible Etiologic Heterogeneity for Double-Negative Breast Cancer Min Shi, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences ; Clarice R. Weinberg, NIH/NIEHS
21: Performance of Tests for a Nested Mixed Model using Non-Standard Covariance Structures Sandra Larrivee, Pennington Biomedical Research Center ; Jeffrey Burton, Pennington Biomedical Research Center ; Robbie A. Beyl, Pennington Biomedical Research Center ; William Johnson, Pennington Biomedical Research Center
22: Detecting Differentially Expressed Genes with RNA-Seq Data Using Backward Selection to Account for the Effects of Relevant Covariates Yet Nguyen, Iowa State University ; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University ; Haibo Liu, Iowa State University ; Chris Tuggle, Iowa State University
23: Tolerance Intervals on Bioassay Test Results to Assess Total Variability in Unbalanced Components of Variance Settings Paul Feder, Battelle
24: Case Study on Fitting a Risk Prediction Model for Competing Risks Haley Hedlin, Stanford University ; John Robbins, UC Davis
25: New Robust Sandwich Estimators for Repeated Measures Data Bruce Schaalje, Brigham Young University ; Natalie Blades, Brigham Young University
26: A Statistical Pipeline for an Activity-Based Protein Profiling Assay William Forrest, Genentech, Inc. ; Johanna Heideker, Genentech, Inc. ; Taylur Ma, Genentech, Inc. ; Kebing Yu, Genentech, Inc. ; Jennie Lill, Genentech, Inc. ; Ingrid Wertz, Genentech, Inc.
27: A Semiparametric Integrated Model for Identifying miRNA Target Proteins Jiawen Zhu, SUNY Stony Brook ; Jie Yang, SUNY Stony Brook ; Song Wu, SUNY Stony Brook
28: Efficient Study Designs for Developing Genomic Biomarkers and Semiparametric Inference Hisashi Noma, The Institute of Statistical Mathemetics
29: Quantification of Isoforms and Its Impact on Differential Gene Expression Analysis Munni Begum, Ball State University ; Rebecca Doerge, Purdue University
30: On the Evaluation of the Most Accurate Pediatric Medulloblastoma Animal Model Behrouz Shamsaei ; Cuilan Gao, University of Tennessee Chattanooga
32: Use Hierarchical Models to Handle Missing Data Junshan Qiu, FDA
33: Rediscovering Quality Control Methods for Health Care Improvement Michele Shaffer, University of Washington and Seattle Children's Research Institute ; Lori Rutman, University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital
34: A Multivariate Permutation Approach to Joint Analysis of Multiple Omics Studies Kyoungmi Kim, UC Davis ; Sandra L. Taylor, UC Davis
35: A Novel Approach to Testing for Difference in Agreement Among Multiple Raters Between Two Measurement Techniques Huining Kang, University of New Mexico ; Ji-Hyun Lee, University of New Mexico ; Yong Lin, University of New Mexico
36: An Application of Penalized Regression to Biomarker Selection in a Cohort of Bangladesh Children Miao Lu, University of Virginia ; Jianhui Zhou, University of Virginia ; Caitlin Naylor, University of Virginia ; William A. Petri, University of Virginia ; Jennie Z. Ma, University of Virginia
38: Simulation of Complex Dosing Regimens with RxODE David A. James, Novartis ; Wenping Wang, Novartis ; Karen Melissa Hallow, University of Georgia
39: Spline Models for Cortisol Circadian Rhythms Jacob Wegelin, Virginia Commonwealth University ; Kirk Warren Brown, Virginia Commonwealth University
40: Statistical Modeling of Sleep Properties in Drosophila Melanogaster Gayla Olbricht, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Courtney Fiebelman, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Shelby McNeil, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Luyang Wang, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Sahitya Injamuri, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; V.A. Samaranayake, Missouri University of Science and Technology ; Matthew S. Thimgan, Missouri University of Science and Technology
41: Adjusted Supremum Score-Type Statistics for Evaluating Nonstandard Hypotheses Wei-Wen Hsu, Kansas State University ; David Todem, Michigan State University ; KyungMann Kim, University of Wisconsin - Madison
42: On Predicting U.S. and State-Level Cancer Mortality Counts Huann-Sheng Chen, NIH ; Shunpu Zhang, University of Nebraska
43: Integrated Analysis of MiRNA-MRNA Expression Profiles Dake Yang
44: Hospital Admission Data on Red Blood Cell Disorders and a Short-Term Trend Analysis Qin Wang, University of Cincinnati ; Marepalli Rao, University of Cincinnati
45: Analysis of Bivariate Survival Data Based on Copulas with LogGEV Marginals Dooti Roy, University of Connecticut ; Vivekananda Roy, Iowa State University ; Dipak K. Dey, University of Connecticut
48: A Simple Approach to Sample Size Calculation for Count Data in Matched Cohort Studies — Xuesheng Xu, Kaiser Permanente Colorado ; Dexiang Gao, University of Colorado ; Gary K. Grunwald, University of Colorado
51: The Correction of Length-Bias in Gene Set Analysis for DNA Methylation Data Shaoyu Li, The University of North Carolina at Charlotte ; Iwona Pawlikowska, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital ; Tong Lin, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
52: Identification of Treatment Responders with Multiple Longitudinal Outcomes Yumi Kondo, The University of British Columbia ; Yinshan Zhao, The University of British Columbia ; John Petkau, The University of British Columbia
53: A Joint Model for Longitudinal Responses with Missing Data Brenden Bishop, The Ohio State University
54: K-Regression Clustering for Interval-Valued Data Fei Liu, University of Georgia ; Lynne Billard, University of Georgia

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