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CC = Colorado Convention Center   H = Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center
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126 Mon, 7/29/2019, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-105
SPEED: New Methods in Statistical Genomics and Genetics Part 1 — Contributed Speed
Section on Statistics in Genomics and Genetics
Chair(s): Tianzhong Yang, The University of Minnesota Twin Cities
Poster Presentations for this session.
8:35 AM Comparing Performance of Gene Set Test Methods Using Biologically Relevant Simulated Data

Richard Lambert, Utah State University; John Stevens, Utah State University
8:40 AM A Bottom-Up Approach to Testing Hypotheses That Have a Branching Tree Dependence Structure, with False Discovery Rate Control
Yunxiao Li, Emory University; Yijuan Hu, Emory University; Glen Alan Satten, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
8:45 AM A Generalized Multi-Response Permutation Procedure to Evaluate Associations of Multivariate Data with Quantitative and Censored-Event Time Variables

Stanley Pounds, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital; Natasha Sahr, St. Jude's Children's Hospital; Xueyuan Cao, University of Tennessee Health Science Center
8:50 AM The Robust Kernel Association Test
Kara Martinez, North Carolina State University
8:55 AM Regularized Regression by Graph Propagation for Genomic Data Analysis

Han Yu, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center; Rachael Hageman Blair, the State University of New York at Buffalo
9:00 AM Assessing Exposure Effects on Gene Expression Using Inverse Probability Weighting and the Parametric G-Formula
Sarah Reifeis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Hudgens, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Love, UNC-Chapel Hill; Karen Mohlke, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Melissa Troester, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
9:05 AM Methods for Handling Correlated Covariates in Integrative Genomics Analysis

Lauren Spirko-Burns; Karthik Devarajan, Fox Chase Cancer Center; Camille Ragin, Fox Chase Cancer Center
9:10 AM OncoCast: An Improved Interface for Survival Analysis Using Genomic Data

Axel Martin, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
9:15 AM Identifying Appropriate Probabilistic Models for Sparse Discrete Omics Data

Hani Aldirawi, UIC
9:20 AM Bayesian Inference for Reconstructing Intra-Tumor Phylogeny

Tingting of Zhai, University of Kentucky; Jinpeng of Liu, University of Kentucky; Chi of Wang, University of Kentucky
9:35 AM Efficient Estimation of Ancestry Proportions Using Genotype Frequencies

Jordan Hall, University of Colorado Denver; Megan Sorenson, University of Colorado Denver; Ryan Scherenberg; Alexandria Ronco, University of Colorado Denver; Yinfei Wu, University of Colorado Denver; James Vance, University of Colorado Denver; Jinyan Lyu, University of Colorado Denver; Christopher Gignoux, University of Colorado Denver; Audrey E Hendricks, University of Colorado Denver
9:40 AM Likelihood Based Mixture Modeling of Genetic Regulatory Networks

David S. Burton, University of Rochester Biostatistics; Matthew N McCall, University of Rochester Medical Center
9:45 AM Control Confounding by Familial Relatedness in Genome-Wide Association Studies
Annie J Lee, Columbia University; Donglin Zeng, UNC Chapel Hill; Badri N Varadarajan, Columbia University; Karen Marder, Columbia University ; Yuanjia Wang, Columbia University
9:50 AM A Powerful and Versatile Colocalization Test
Yangqing Deng, University of Minnesota
9:55 AM The Rabl Configuration Limits Topological Entanglement of Chromosomes in Budding Yeast

Maxime Pouokam, UC Davis Statistics Club
10:00 AM OASW Clustering
Fatima Batool
10:05 AM Comparing Methods for Familial Relationship Inference in Populations with Complex Demographic History

Daniel Yorgov, Purdue University Fort Wayne
10:10 AM On Simulating Ultra High-Dimensional Multivariate Data

Alfred Schissler, University of Nevada, Reno