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83 Sun, 7/29/2018, 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM CC-West Hall B
SPEED: Survival Analysis — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section, Section on Statistics in Epidemiology, Section on Risk Analysis
Chair(s): Paul McNicholas, McMaster University
Oral Presentations for this session.
1: Regression Calibration to Address Error Prone Time-To-Event Outcomes
Eric Oh, University of Pennsylvania; Pamela A Shaw, University of Pennsylvania
2: A Gaussian Copula Approach for Dynamic Prediction of Survival with a Longitudinally Measured Marker
Krithika Suresh, University of Michigan; Jeremy M.G. Taylor, University of Michigan; Alexander Tsodikov, University of Michigan
3: Adjusting for Covariate Measurement Error in Failure Time Analysis Under Competing Risks
Carrie Caswell, University of Pennsylvania; Sharon X Xie, University of Pennsylvania
5: Dependence Modeling for Recurrent Event Times Subject to Right-Censoring with D-Vine Copulas
Nicole Barthel, Technical University Munich; Candida Geerdens, Hasselt University; Claudia Czado, Technical University Munich; Paul Janssen, Hasselt University
6: Flexible and Interpretable Models for Survival Data
Jiacheng Wu, Univesity of Washington; Daniela Witten, University of Washington
7: Estimation in the Nested Case-Control Design Under Model Misspecification
Michelle Nuno; Daniel L. Gillen, University of California, Irvine
9: Temporally Dependent Accelerated Failure Time Model for Capturing the Impact of Events That Alter Survival in Disease Mapping
Rachel Carroll, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Andrew B Lawson, Medical University of South Carolina ; Shanshan Zhao, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
10: An Innovative Approach to Identify Biomarker Signatures for Cancer Genetic Data with Survival Endpoints
Ming Wang, Pennsylvania State University; Zheng Li, Penn State Unviersity
11: Survival Analysis Methods for Characterizing B-Cell Mutation Processes
David A. Shaw, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Jean Feng, University of Washington; Vladimir N. Minin, University of California, Irvine; Noah Simon, University of Washington; Erick A. Matsen, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
12: Competing Risks Matter in the Analysis of Public Health Data: When and How?
Dahhay Lee, National Cancer Center; Hyunsoon Cho, National Cancer Center
14: Inference for Fine-Gray Competing Risks Model with High-Dimensional Covariates
Jue Hou, UCSD Biostatistics; Jelena Bradic, UC San Diego; Ronghui Xu, UC San Diego
15: Semiparametric Regression Analysis of Length-Biased Interval-Censored Data
Fei Gao, University of Washington; Kwun Chuen Gary Chan, University of Washington
16: Sample Size Calculations for Non-Inferiority Trials Using the Concept of Proportional Time
Milind A Phadnis, University of Kansas Medical Center
18: Regression Analysis of Recurrent Event Data with Measurement Error
Yixin Ren, University of Maryland, College Park; Xin He, University of Maryland, College Park
19: Monitoring Rare Events During an Ongoing Clinical Trial
Haley Hedlin, Stanford University; Victoria Ding, Quantitative Sciences Unit, Stanford School of Medicine
20: Matching Methods for Evaluating the Effect of a Time-Dependent Treatment on the Survival Function
Danting Zhu, University of Michigan; Douglas E. Schaubel, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor