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87 Sun, 7/29/2018, 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM CC-West Hall B
Invited ePoster Session: a Statistical Smörgåsbord — Invited Poster Presentations
SSC, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, Section on Statistics in Epidemiology, Section on Statistical Learning and Data Science, Section on Nonparametric Statistics, Biometrics Section, Section on Statistics and the Environment, Section for Statistical Programmers and Analysts, Section on Statistics in Imaging, WNAR, Social Statistics Section, Astrostatistics Special Interest Group, Biopharmaceutical Section, ENAR, Section on Risk Analysis, Section on Statistical Consulting
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
1: The LISA 2020 Program to Build Statistics Capacity in Developing Countries
Eric Vance, LISA-University of Colorado Boulder
2: Conditions for the Uniqueness, Finiteness, and Possible Location of the Maximum Likelihood Estimate with a Log Binomial Model
Gurbakhshash Singh, University of Calgary; Gordon Hilton Fick, University of Calgary
3: Two Mixture-Based Clustering Approaches: Modeling an Automobile Insurance Portfolio
Tatjana Miljkovic, Miami University; Daniel Fernandez, Victoria University of Wellington
4: An Expectation Conditional Maximization Approach for Gaussian Graphical Models
Zehang Li, University of Washington; Tyler McCormick, University of Washington
5: A Bayesian Model for Multivariate Micro-Level Insurance Claims
Marie-Pier Côté, Universite Laval; Christian Genest, McGill University; David A Stephens, McGill University
6: Deep Learning for Statistical Inference in Infectious Disease Systems
Rob Deardon, University of Calgary; Carolyn Augusta, University of Guelph; Graham Taylor, University of Guelph
7: Flexible Accelerated Failure Time Model in Survival Analysis
Menglan Pang, McGill University; Michal Abrahamowicz, McGill University; Robert W Platt, McGill University
8: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Children and Adolescents' Emergency Department Use for Mental Health Reasons in Alberta, Canada
Michelle Thiessen, Simon Fraser University; Joan Hu, Simon Fraser University; Rhonda J. Rosychuk, University of Alberta
9: Approximate Bayesian Computation with Complex High-Dimensional Data and Limited Simulations
Taylor Gene Pospisil, Carnegie Mellon University
10: Zero Counts in Single Cell RNA-Seq Data
Hao Wu, Emory University; Zhijin Wu, Brown University
11: Quasi-Oracle Estimation of Heterogeneous Treatment Effects
Xinkun Nie, Stanford University; Stefan Wager, Stanford University
12: Estimation of Fire Duration Distribution with Missing Start Time
Yi Xiong, Simon Fraser University; John Braun, University of British Columbia ; Joan Hu, Simon Fraser University
13: Bayesian Nonparametric Hierarchical Models for Lightcurve Classification and Observation Decisions
David Edward Jones, Duke University and SAMSI; Sujit Ghosh, North Carolina State Univ.; Ana-Maria Staicu, NC State University; Ashish Mahabal, Caltech
14: Approximate Bayesian Computation for the Stellar Initial Mass Function
Jessi Cisewski-Kehe, Yale University; Chad Schafer, Carnegie Mellon University; Grant Weller, Savvysherpa; David Hogg, New York University
15: A Novel Bayesian Framework to Probe Closed Box Nature of Galaxy Clusters
Arya Farahi, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
16: Statistical Approaches to Decreasing the Discrepancy of Non-Detects in QPCR Data
Valeriia Sherina, University of Rochester Medical Center; Love Tanzy, University of Rochester Medical Center; Matthew N. McCall, University of Rochester Medical Center
17: Generalized Statistical Inference for Astrophysical Discoveries
Sara Algeri, Imperial College London; David A van Dyk, Imperial College London; Jan Conrad, Oskar Klein Centre for Cosmoparticle Physics
18: Nonparametric Causal Effects Based on Incremental Propensity Score Interventions
Edward Kennedy, Carnegie Mellon University; Matteo Bonvini, Carnegie Mellon University
19: Addressing Overfitting in Mixtures of Factor Analyzers
Jeffrey L Andrews, University of British Columbia Okanagan
20: Spatiotemporal Analysis of Environmental Health Risk
Renjun Ma, University of New Brunswick; Edward Hughes, Edward Hughes Consulting
21: Probabilistic Partial Least Squares Regression Applied to Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Compositional Data
Peter A Tait, McMaster Univeristy; Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
22: Detection of Trend Onset in Environmental Time Series
Ying Zhang, Acadia University
23: The Analysis of Face Perception MEG and EEG Data Using a Potts-Mixture Spatiotemporal Joint Model
Yin Song, University of Victoria; Farouk Nathoo; Arif Babul, University of Victoria
24: Infere
Steven Cumming, Université Laval
25: Functional Partial Linear Quantile Regression Based on Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Space
Peng Liu, University of Alberta; Linglong KONG, University of Alberta; Bei JIANG, University of Alberta; Nan Zhang, Fudan University; Jianhua Z. Huang, Texas A&M University
26: Gaussian Process Regression with Large Data Sets: Has the Problem Been Solved?
Sonja Surjanovic, University of British Columbia; William Welch, University of British Columbia
27: Sparse Estimation for Functional Semiparametric Additive Model
Peijun Sang, Simon Fraser University; Richard Lockhart, Simon Fraser University; Jiguo Cao, Simon Fraser University
28: Analysis of Paired Binary Data Subject to Misclassification Using a Random Effect Model
Hua Shen, University of Calgary ; Richard John Cook, University of Waterloo
29: A Grouped Weighted Quantile Regression Approach to Modeling Environmental Chemical Mixtures and Childhood Leukemia Risk
David C. Wheeler, Virginia Commonwealth University
30: Efficient Robust Doubly Adaptive Regularized Regression with Application to fMRI Data
Wei Tu, University of Alberta
31: A Model-Based Clustering to Identify Disease-Associated SNPs
Li Xing, University of Victoria; Xuekui Zhang, University of Victoria; Yan Xu, University of Victoria; Weiliang Qiu, Brigham and Women's Hosptial/Harvard Medical School
32: The Consequences of Requiring 'Greater Statistical Stringency' for Scientific Publication
Harlan Campbell, University of British Columbia; Paul Gustafson, University of British Columbia
33: Mixtures of Contaminated Shifted Asymmetric Laplace Factor Analyzers
Brian C Franczak, MacEwan University
34: Uncertainty Quantification of Stochastic Computer Model for Binary Black Hole Formation
Luyao Lin, Simon Fraser University; Jim Barrett, University of Birmingham; Derek Bingham, Simon Fraser University; Ilya Mandel, University of Birmingham
35: Network Meta-Analysis of Disconnected Networks: How Dangerous Are Random Baseline Treatment Effects?
Audrey Béliveau, University of Waterloo; Sarah Goring, SMG Outcomes Research; Robert W Platt, McGill University; Paul Gustafson, University of British Columbia
36: Nonparametric Measures of Local Causality and Tests of Local Non-Causality in Time Series
Felix Camirand Lemyre, School of mathematics and statistics, University of Melbourne; Taoufik Bouezmarni, Université de Sherbrooke; Jean-François Quessy, Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
37: Sparse Functional Principal Component Analysis in a New Regression Framework
YUNLONG NIE, Simon Fraser University; Jiguo Cao, Simon Fraser University
38: Inference of Introgressive Hybridization in Anopheles Mosquito Genomes
Jingxue(Grace) Feng, Simon Fraser University; Liangliang Wang, Simon Fraser University; Cedric Chauve, Simon Fraser University
39: Statistical Methods for Addressing Missing Data in HIV/AIDS Surveillance Systems
Sahar Zangeneh, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Ying Qing Chen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Deborah Donnell, Fred Hutch
40: Latent Mixtures of Functions to Characterize the Complex Exposure Relationships of Pesticides on Cancer Incidence
Sung Duk Kim, National Cancer Institute; Paul S Albert, National Cancer Institute