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CC-W = McCormick Place Convention Center, West Building,   CC-N = McCormick Place Convention Center, North Building
H = Hilton Chicago,   UC= Conference Chicago at University Center
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Activity Details

490 Wed, 8/3/2016, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-W181a
SPEED: Statistical Methods for Clinical Trials and Longitudinal Analysis — Contributed Speed
Biopharmaceutical Section , Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Kevin Lawson, PPD
The Poster portions will take place during Session 213223 and Session 213224
8:35 AM Statistical Inference of Covariate-Adjusted Response-Adaptive Randomized Clinical Trials Wanying Zhao, The George Washington University
8:45 AM Adaptive Estimation of Personalized Maximum Tolerated Doses in Cancer Phase I Clinical Trials According to All Toxicities and Individual Characteristics Zhengjia Chen, Emory University ; Zheng Li, Penn State University ; Ying Yuan, MD Anderson Cancer Center ; Michael Kutner, Emory University ; Taofeek Owonikoko, Emory University ; Walter J. Curran, Emory University ; Jeanne Kowalski, Emory University
8:50 AM Small Sample Inference in Imbalanced Cluster Randomized Clinical Trials with Binary Outcomes Dong Hyun Ahn, New York University ; Judith D. Goldberg, New York University School of Medicine
8:55 AM Robust Generalized Multivariate Bioequivalence Srinand Ponnathapura Nandakumar, Quintiles
9:00 AM Explore Methodologies for Extrapolation of Efficacy from the Adult to the Specific Pediatric Population Yao Li, AbbVie ; Bidan Huang, AbbVie
9:05 AM A Clinical Trial Design Based on the Concept of Relative Time Using the Generalized Gamma Ratio Distribution Milind Phadnis, University of Kansas Medical Center
9:10 AM Improved Methods for the Marginal Analysis of Longitudinal Data in the Presence of Time-Dependent Covariates I-Chen Chen, University of Kentucky ; Philip Westgate, University of Kentucky
9:15 AM Proportional Likelihood Ratio Mixed Model Hongqian Wu, University of Iowa ; Michael Jones, University of Iowa
9:20 AM Simultaneous Confidence Intervals for Assessing SNP Effects on Treatment Efficacy Yushi Liu ; Jason C. Hsu, Eli Lilly and Company/The Ohio State University
9:30 AM Dangers of Misusing Ordinal Data Ivy Liu, Victoria University of Wellington ; Daniel Fernandez Martinez, New York University ; Peter Yongqi Gu, Victoria University of Wellington
9:35 AM A Simulation-Based Method for Detecting the Best Treatment in Clinical Trials Yan Zhao, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center ; Roy Tamura, University of South Florida ; Michael Brown, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
9:45 AM A Small N Sequential Multiple Assignment Randomized Trial for Use in Rare Disease Research Roy Tamura, University of South Florida
9:50 AM The Impact of Model Misspecification on Repeated Measures Analysis Yingmei Xi, Vertex Pharmaceuticals ; John Jiang, Vertex Pharmaceuticals
9:55 AM Correlates of Time to Sexual Debut in 15--19-Year-Olds in the Jamaica Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey 2006: A Survival Analysis Tamika Royal-Thomas, University of the West Indies ; Novie Younger-Coleman, University of the West Indies ; Jan Van den Broeck, University of Bergen ; Debajyoti Sinha, Florida State University ; Daniel McGee , Florida State University ; Shelly McFarlane, University of the West Indies ; Damian Francis, University of the West Indies ; Rainford Wilks, University of the West Indies
10:05 AM Applying Statistical Design to Improve Target Selection: An Example from Whole-Genome SiRNA Screens Mandy Bergquist ; Katja Remlinger, GlaxoSmithKline
10:10 AM Good Practices and Implementation Methods for Optimally Stratified Randomization Jonathan Chipman, Vanderbilt University ; Cole Beck, Vanderbilt University ; Robert Greevy, Vanderbilt University
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