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358 Tue, 7/30/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall C
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistics in Epidemiology — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Wendy Meiring, University of California At Santa Barbara
55: Evaluating Medication Adherence Using Self-Report and Medication Refills in Treating Complex Chronic Conditions
Andrew Nicholson, VA NY Harbor Healthcare System Research & Development Service
57: Application of Variance Analysis to Proficiency Test Data from CDC Lead and Multi-Element Proficiency (LAMP) Program
Po-Yung Cheng, CDC; Kathryn Vance, CDC; Cynthia Ward, CDC; Robert Jones, CDC; Amir Makhmudov, CDC
58: Workplace Interventions and Attitudes Associated with Influenza Vaccination Coverage Among Health Care Personnel in Home Health Care Settings, 2016-17 and 2017-18 Influenza Seasons
Xin Yue, Leiods Inc./Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Barbara Bardenheier, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Carla Black, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Sarah Ball, Abt Associates Inc; Marie A. de Perio, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Anthony Scott Laney, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
59: The Concordance of Chronic Conditions Between Survey Reports and Medicare Claims in Older Mexican Americans
Lin-Na Chou, The University of Texas Medical Branch; Yong-Fang Kuo, The University of Texas Medical Branch; Kenneth John Ottenbacher, The University of Texas Medical Branch; Soham Al Snih, The University of Texas Medical Branch
60: A Unified Framework of Longitudinal Models to Examine Reciprocal Relations
Satoshi Usami, University of Tokyo
61: Optimal Subclassification via Propensity Scores Using Graphical Presentations
Eiji Nakatani, Shizuoka General Hospital; Sho Komukai, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine; Takanobu Nomura, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine
Anwesha Mukherjee, Merck & Co Inc; Daniel L. McGee, Florida State University
63: A New Perspective on Modeling Count Time Series Data
Matheus Bartolo Bartolo Guerrero, KAUST; Wagner Barreto-Souza, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Hernando Ombao, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)
64: The Effect of Missing Industry and Occupation Codes on the Assessment of Health Outcomes in the 2016 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Survey
Jia Li, NIOSH; Matthew Groenewold, NIOSH; Sara E. Luckhaupt, NIOSH; Marie H. Sweeney, NIOSH; James M. Boiano, NIOSH
65: Identifying Spatio-Temporal Variation in Breast Cancer Incidence Among Different Age Cohorts Using Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling
Amy Hahn, University of Iowa; Jacob J Oleson, University of Iowa; Alexandra Thomas, Wake Forest University School of Medicine; Kristin Conway, University of Iowa; Kathleen Stewart, University of Maryland; Charles Lynch, University of Iowa; Paul Romitti, University of Iowa
66: A Comparison of Statistical Causal Inference Methods for Animal Health Applications
Ju Ji, Iowa State University; Chong Wang, Iowa State University; Zhulin He, Iowa State University; Karen Hay, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute; Tamsin Barnes, The University of Queensland; Annette O'Connor, Iowa State University
67: Matching Design-Based Subpopulation Effect Estimation in Observational Studies
YUYANG ZHANG, The Ohio State University; Bo Lu, The Ohio State University
68: Generalizing Study Results with Latent Propensity Score Weighting
Chenxiang Li, NYU School of Medicine; Andrea B Troxel, NYU School of Medicine
69: Comparison of Parameter Estimates from Optimal Dynamic Treatment Rule-Based Adaptive Designs
Lina Montoya, University of California, Berkeley; James Roose, University of California, Berkeley; Mark van der Laan, UC Berkeley
70: Cox and Aalen Models in Action – a Series of Case Studies from Clinical Epidemiology
Susanne Strohmaier, CeMSIIS, Medical University of Vienna; Heinze Georg, CeMSIIS, Medical University of Vienna
72: Evaluation of the Impact of Antimicrobial Hand Towels on Hand Contamination with Escherichia Coli Among Mothers in Kisumu County, Kenya, 2011-2012
Sunkyung Kim, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Allison C Brown, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Jennifer Murphy, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Jared Oremo, Safe Water and AIDS Project; Quick Rob, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Mercy Owuor, Safe Water and AIDS Project; Bobbie Person, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
73: Statistical Issues for Latent Class Analysis
Tzu-Cheg Kao, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
74: Spatiotemporal Trends of Stage-Specific Incidence Rate of Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) in New York State (1995-2015)
Kaylee Ho, Weill Cornell Medicine; Bian Liu, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
75: Estimating Outcome-Exposure Associations When Exposure Biomarker Detection Limits Vary Across Batches
Jonathan Boss, University of Michigan; Bhramar Mukherjee, University of Michigan; Kelly K. Ferguson, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Amira M. Aker, University of Michigan; Akram N. Alshawabkeh, Northeastern University; Jose F. Cordero, University of Georgia; John D. Meeker, University of Michigan; Sehee Kim, University of Michigan
76: Estimating the Causal Effect of Digoxin on Adverse Events in LVAD Patients Using Marginal Structural Models
Katherine Hoffman, Weill Cornell Medicine; Ivan Diaz, Weill Medical College, Cornell University; Alberto Pinsino, Columbia University Medical Center; Paolo Colombo, Columbia University Medical Center; Melana Yuzefpolskaya, Columbia University Medical Center; Antonia Gaudig, Columbia University Medical Center; Eugene Royzman, Columbia University Medical Center; Melissa Mabasa, Columbia University Medical Center; Giulio Mondellini, Columbia University Medical Center
77: Social Network Analysis to Examine Physician Use of Minimally Invasive Breast Biopsy
Figaro Loresto, Children's Hospital Colorado; Daniel Jupiter, University of Texas Medical Branch
78: Statistical and Epidemiological Challenges in Using the NHANES Assessment of Oral Human Papillomavirus Infection to Study Risk of Infection and of Oropharyngeal Cancer in the US
Barry Graubard, National Cancer Institute; Anil Chaturvedi, National Cancer Institute; Joseph Tota, National Cancer Institute; Hormuzd Katki, US National Cancer Institute; Maura Gillison, MD Anderson
79: Forecasting Vector-Borne Disease in the United States
Maddy St. Ville, Clemson University; Christopher McMahan, Clemson University; Stella Self, Clemson University
80: Lung Cancer Mortality in Chile
Maria Gloria Icaza, Universidad De Talca
81: Estimating CACE in Meta-Analysis of RCTs with Binary Outcome Accounting for Noncompliance: a Generalized Linear Mixed Model Approach
Ting Zhou, Sichuan University/University of Minnesota; Jincheng Zhou, University of Minnesota; JIM HODGES, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA; Lifeng Lin, Florida State University; Yong Chen, University of Pennsylvania; Stephen R. Cole, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health; Haitao Chu, University of Minnesota
82: Effects of Treatment Classifications in Network Meta-Analysis
Aiwen Xing; Lifeng Lin, Florida State University
83: What’s the Optimal Number to Match in a Propensity Score Matched Case-Control Study?
Paul Nakonezny, UT Southwestern Medical Center; Abu Minhajuddin
84: A Comparison of Semiparametric Approaches to Model Nonlinear Outcome Trajectories in the Presence of Nonignorable Dropout
Andrew Hammes, University of Colorado-Biostatistics; Samantha MaWhinney, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Nichole E Carlson, University of Colorado Anschutz; Peter DeWitt, University of Colorado - Biostatistics; Jeri Forster, University of Colorado - Biostatistics
85: Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling for Under-Reported Spatial Count Data
Jinjie Chen, Baylor University; James D Stamey, Baylor University; Joon Jin Song, Baylor University
86: On the Performance of Various Risk-Scoring Approaches
Yared Gurmu; Jeong-Gun Park, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Francesco Nordio, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Kyungah Im, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Jing Qian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
87: Common Data Elements for the Longitudinal Study of Glioma
Laila Poisson
88: Evaluating Heterogeneity in the Effect of Reduced Nicotine Content Cigarettes
Chuyu Deng, University of Minnesota-Div of Biostatistics
89: Controlling the False Discovery Proportion: a Simulation Study
HARLAN MCCAFFERY, University of Michigan; Chi Chang, Michigan State University
99: A Feasible Solution Algorithm for Identifying Pareto-Based Multi objective Solutions For Subset Selection
Joshua Lambert, University of Cincinnati; Greg Hawk, University of Kentucky; Katie Thompson, University of Kentucky; Arnold Stromberg, University of Kentucky