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358 Tue, 7/31/2018, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-West Hall B
Contributed Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
2: Iterated Multi-Source Exchangeability Models
Roland Brown, University of Minnesota; Julian Wolfson, University of Minnesota
3: Inferring Multimotor Dynamics Through Cargo Tracking
Lauren Crow, Arizona State Univ
4: Contributions of the SMART Project to Dementia Research and Statistical Modeling
Richard Kryscio, Univ Of Kentucky; Erin L Abner, University of Kentucky; Peter T Nelson, University of Kentucky; David Fardo, University of Kentucky; Frederick A Schmitt, University of Kentucky
6: Using Synthetic Data to Incorporate External Information into Regression Model Estimation
Tian Gu, University of Michigan; Jeremy M.G. Taylor, University of Michigan; Bhramar Mukherjee, University of Michigan; Wenting Cheng, University of Michigan
7: Analyzing Correlated Rare Events Data in Rodent Developmental Toxicology Studies
Shawn Harris, Social & Scientific Systems; Keith R. Shockley, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Helen C. Cunny, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
9: SuperLearning and Tree-Regression for Developing Treatment Rules That Optimize Health Outcomes
Andre Kurepa Waschka, University of California, Berkeley
10: Comparison of the Intrinsic Saturation of Firing Frequency in 4 Simple Neural Models
Charles Eugene Smith, North Carolina State University; Petr Lansky, Czech Academy of Sciences
11: On Survival Tree Under the Dependency Between Failure and Censoring
Asanao Shimokawa, Tokyo University of Science; Etsuo Miyaoka, Tokyo University of Science
12: Proteomics and Genomics Integration and Ovarian Cancer Survival
Umut Ozbek, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; Christopher Conley, University of California at Davis; Jie Peng, UC Davis; Pei Wang, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
13: Adaptively Incorporating Supplemental Information in Clinical Trials in the Presence of Population Heterogeneity
Joseph Koopmeiners, Division of Biostatistics, University of Minnesota; Ales Kotalik, University of Minnesota; David Michael Vock, University of Minnesota
15: Variable Selection May Be Overrated
Tristan Grogan, UCLA; David Elashoff, UCLA
17: Using the Posterior Predictive Distribution as a Diagnostic Tool for Mixed Models
Matthew Kramer, StatGrp/ARS/USDA
18: Analyzing Longitudinal Clustered Count Data with Zero Inflation: Marginal Regression Modeling with Conway-Maxwell-Poisson Distribution
Tong Kang, University of Florida; Somnath Datta, University of Florida; Steven Levy, University of Iowa
19: Firth Adjustment for Parametric Current-Status Survival Analysis
Hung-Mo Lin, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; JOHN M WILLIAMSON, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; HAE-YOUNG KIM, New York Medical College
20: An Improved Inference Method for Multivariate Meta-Analysis and Meta-Regression
Hisashi Noma, The Institute of Statistical Mathematics
21: Nonlinear Models with Measurement Error: Application to Vitamin D
Brenna Curley, Moravian College
22: Analysis of Longitudinal Semicontinuous Data Using Marginalized Two-Part Model
Miran Jaffa, American University of Beirut; Mulugeta Gebregziabher, Medical University of South Carolina; Ayad A Jaffa, American University of Beirut
23: Barcoding of Hematopoietic Stem Cells: Application of the Species Problem
Siyi Chen, Rice Univ Dept of Statistics; Marek Kimmel, Rice University; Katherine King, Baylor College of Medicine
25: A flexible class of parametric distributions for Bayesian linear mixed models
Darren Wraith, Queensland University of Technology; Mohsen Maleki, Shiraz University; Reinaldo B. Arellano-Valle, Universidad Católica de Chile