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464 Wed, 7/31/2019, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-105
SPEED: Infectious Diseases, Spatial Modeling and Environmental Exposures, Speed 1 — Contributed Speed
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Nancy L Murray, Emory University
Poster Presentations for this session.
8:35 AM Zoster Vaccine Live Coverage Among Adults 50-59 and ?60 Years in the United States, 2013-2017
Pengjun Lu, CDC; Mei-Chuan Hung, CDC; Anup Srivastav, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/Leidos Inc; Walter W Williams, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Kathleen Dooling, CDC
8:40 AM Cost-Effective Analysis for Influenza Vaccination Coverage and Timing in Tropical and Subtropical Climate Settings: a Modeling Study

Mu Yue, National University of Singapore
8:45 AM Assessing the Association Between Sex Ratio and Dowry Deaths in Uttar Pradesh Using Spatio-Temporal Random Effects Models
Tomas Goicoa, Public University of Navarre; MARIA DOLORES UGARTE, PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OF NAVARRE; Aritz Adin, Public University of Navarre; JIM HODGES, UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
8:50 AM Small Area Estimation for Small Groups
Diba Khan, CDC; Brady Hamilton, CDC; Andrew B Lawson, Medical University of South Carolina ; Yulei He, CDC
8:55 AM Bayesian Compartmental Model for an Infectious Disease with Multiple Infectious States

Marie Ozanne, University of Iowa
9:00 AM Small Area Estimation of HIV Incidence Using Bayesian Hierarchical Model
Ben Sheng, Penn State University; Le Bao, Pennsylvania State University; Ray Shiraishi, CDC; Steven Gutreuter, CDC; Jeffrey Eaton, Imperial College London
9:05 AM Source-Specific Contributions of Particulate Matter to Asthma-Related Emergency Department Utilization

Mohammad Alfrad Nobel Bhuiyan , Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center; Cole Brokamp, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
9:10 AM Spatial Point Processes and Temporal Inferences Using Moran Statistics
Norou Diawara, Old Dominion University; Jennifer Lorio, Old Dominion University
9:15 AM Using Social Contact Data to Improve the Overall Effect Estimate of a Cluster-Randomized Influenza Vaccination Program in Senegal
Gail Potter, The Emmes Corporation; Nicole Carnegie, Montana State University; Jonathan Sugimoto, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; Aldiouma Diallo, Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement; John C Victor, PATH; Kathleen Neuzil, University of Maryland; M Elizabeth Halloran, University of Washington and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
9:20 AM Detecting Hierarchical Geographical Clusters of Disease Using Heterogeneity Patterns of Varying Incidence Intensity
Chih-Chieh Wu, National Cheng Kung University; Sanjay Shete, UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
9:30 AM Functional Central Limit Theorem for Susceptible-Infected Process on Configuration Model Graphs
Wasiur R. KhudaBukhsh, Ohio State University; Casper Woroszylo, BHP Billiton; Grzegorz A. Rempa?a, Ohio State University; Heinz Koeppl, TU Darmstadt
9:35 AM Subsemble Estimation for Multivariate Spatial Models

Mark May, Creighton University; Joey Higgins, Creighton University; Aimee Schwab-McCoy, Creighton University
9:40 AM A Bayesian Hierarchical Model for Generating Fully Synthetic Point Process Data

Adam Walder
9:45 AM Evaluation of Semiparametric Single Index Model for Characterizing Effects of Correlated Exposures
Yuyan Wang, New York University; Mengling Liu, New York University
9:50 AM Estimate Booster Vaccination Effect on the Distribution of Antibody Level Using Mixture Model
Li Deng, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
9:55 AM A Method for High-Dimensional Variable Selection in Presence of Collinearity
Jiyeong Jang, University of Illinois at Chicago; Sanjib Basu, University of Illinois at Chicago
10:00 AM Transporting Cross-Sectional Incidence Estimation Algorithms Between Populations

Douglas Morrison, UCLA; Oliver Laeyendecker, Johns Hopkins University; Ron Brookmeyer, UCLA
10:05 AM A Comparison of Spatial Scan Methods for Cluster Detection

Mohammad Meysami, University of Colorado Denver; Joshua French, University of Colorado Denver; Lauren M Hall, University of Colorado Denver; Minh Chau Nguyen, University of Colorado Denver; Lee Panter, University of Colorado Denver; Nicholas Weaver, University of Colorado Denver
10:10 AM A Multivariate Spatio-Temporal Model of the Opioid Epidemic in Ohio: a Factor Model Approach
David Kline, The Ohio State University; Yixuan Ji, Wake Forest University; Staci Hepler, Wake Forest University
10:15 AM Floor Discussion