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309 Tue, 7/30/2019, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-110
Advances in Causal Inference — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Danielle Braun, Harvard University
8:35 AM A Comparison of Different Statistical Approaches to Deal with Model Misspecification and Missing Outcome Data

Veronica Sciannameo, University of Padova; Gian Paolo Fadini, University of Padova; Daniele Bottigliengo, University of Padova; Angelo Avogaro, University of Padova; Ileana Baldi, University of Padova; Dario Gregori, University of Padova; Paola Berchialla, University of Torino
8:50 AM A Simulation Study on the Performance of AIPW and TMLE in Estimating Parameters of Marginal Structural Models Based on Real-World Longitudinal Data

Dawei Liu, Biogen; John Zhong, Biogen; Carl De Moor, Biogen
9:05 AM Sensitivity Analysis Statistics for Routine Reporting: The Partial R2 and the Robustness Value
Carlos Leonardo Kulnig Cinelli, UCLA; Chad Hazlett, UCLA
9:20 AM On the Robustness of Doubly Robust Estimators in Causal Inference

Weicong Lyu, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Peter Steiner, University of Wisconsin
9:35 AM Rethinking Meta-Analysis: Addressing Problems of Non-Transportability When Combining Treatment Effects Across Patient Populations
Tat Thang Vo, Ghent University; Stijn Vansteelandt, Ghent University; Raphael Porcher, Centre de Recherche Épidémiologie et StatistiqueS Université de Paris (CRESS-UMR1153)
9:50 AM Multiple Imputation Strategies for Handling Missing Data When Generalizing Randomized Clinical Trial Findings Through Propensity Score-Based Methodologies
Albee Ling, Stanford University; Maya B Mathur, Harvard University; Kris Kapphahn, Stanford University; Maria Montez-Rath , Stanford University; Manisha Desai, Stanford University Quantitative Sciences Unit
10:05 AM Can We Attribute Suicides to an App? Nonparametric Estimation the Probability of Causation
Maria Cuellar, Carnegie Mellon University; Walter Dempsey, Harvard University