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531 Wed, 8/2/2017, 11:35 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Halls A&B
SPEED: Statistics in Epidemiology and Genomics and Genetics — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology , Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics
Chair(s): Jessi Cisewski, Yale University
The Speed portion will take place during Session 214537
1: Zero-Inflated Model: Is it Sufficient for Estimating Excess Zeros? Charles Rose, CDC
3: STATISTICAL METHODS for DEVELOPING IMPROVED ESTIMATES of HIV PREVENTION MEASURES USING SURVEILLANCE DATA Sahar Zangeneh, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Deborah Donnell, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ; Ying Chen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
4: Effect of Start Time of Baby Food on Childhood Allergy with Repeatedly Measured Confounder and Intermediator Using Joint and Marginal Model Ayano Takeuchi, Keio University ; Masami Narita, National Center for Child Health and Development ; Kiwako Yamamoto, National Center for Child Health and Development ; Yukihiro Ohya, National Center for Child Health and Development
5: Estimating Causal Effects from Using Augmented Inverse Probability Weighted Estimators When Noncompliance Is Measured with Error David Vock, University of Minnesota ; Jeffrey Boatman ; Joseph Koopmeiners, University of Minnesota
6: Efficient Statistical Methods for Association Studies with Dense Genotypes and Family History of Disease Annie Lee, Columbia University ; Yuanjia Wang , Columbia University
7: Method Selection and Assumption Evaluation: Applications to Gene Expression Data Demba Fofana
8: Subgroup Analysis of Censored Survival Data on Cancer Treatment Qing Zhang, Stony Brook University ; Hongshik Ahn, Stony Brook University
9: Exploring High-Dimensional Feature Selection Using Reproducibility Methodology Frank Shen, Penn State University
10: Chromosome Level Piecewise Helical Mixing Model for Recovering Chromatin Folding Structure from HiC-Data Rongrong Zhang, Prudue University ; Michael Yu Zhu, Purdue University ; Ming Hu, Cleveland Clinic
12: A Statistical Method for the Analysis of Multiple ChIP-Seq Data Sets Pedro Luiz Baldoni, Univ of North Carolina At Chapel Hill ; Naim Rashid, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Joseph G Ibrahim, UNC
13: Functional Cox Model for Longitudinal Biomarkers Jiehuan Sun, Department of Biostatistics, Yale Univeristy ; Jose D. Herazo-Maya, Yale School of Medicine ; Naftali Kaminski, Yale School of Medicine ; Hongyu Zhao, Yale University
14: Meta-Analysis of Population Heterogeneity in the IBD Gut Microbiome Siyuan Ma ; Curtis Huttenhower, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
15: Biodemographic Approaches to Genetic Analyzes of Longevity in Longitudinal Data on Aging Konstantin Arbeev, Duke University ; Ilya Y. Zhbannikov, Duke University ; Olivia Bagley, Duke University ; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University
17: Super-Delta: a New Approach That Combines Gene Expression Data Normalization and Differential Expression Test Yuhang Liu, Florida State University ; Jinfeng Zhang, Florida State University ; Xing Qiu, University of Rochester
18: Association Study of Children's Methylation and Growth Trajectory Using Functional Mixed Models Colleen McKendry, North Carolina State University ; Arnab Maity, North Carolina State University ; Jung-Ying Tzeng, North Carolina State University
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