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522 Wed, 7/31/2019, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall C
Contributed Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section
Chair(s): Wendy Meiring, University of California At Santa Barbara
3: Inferring Multimotor Dynamics of Gold Nanoparticles on Curved Microtubules
Lauren Crow
4: Incorporating Subgroups in a Surrogate Endpoint Setting
Emily Roberts; Jeremy Taylor, University of Michigan; Michael Elliott, University of Michigan
5: Sensitivity Analysis for Publication Bias in Meta-Analyzes
Maya B Mathur, Harvard University; Tyler VanderWeele, Harvard University
6: Behavioral Phenotyping Using Nonlinear Mixed Models for the Running Wheel
Sandra McBride, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc; Gaylia Jean Harry, Ph.D., National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Keith Shockley, Ph.D., National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences; Helen Cunny, Ph.D., National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
7: Order Constraint ROC Regression
Xiaochen Zhu, George Mason University
8: Adaptation of Random Survival Forests for Predicting Interval Censored Outcome Using a Longitudinal Biomarker: Application to Tacrolimus and Antibody Formation in Kidney Transplant
Kaci Pickett; Krithika Suresh, University of Colorado; Kristen Campbell, University of Colorado; Elizabeth Juarez-Colunga, University of Colorado Denver
9: Robust Inference on the Causal Effects of Stochastic Interventions Under Two-Phase Sampling, with Applications in Vaccine Efficacy Trials
Nima Hejazi, UC Berkeley
10: The Most Powerful Exact Test for Comparing Two Proportions
Peter Calhoun
11: Imputation of Organ Dysfunction Scores in NICU Data MNAR
Lucia Chen, UCLA; David Elashoff, UCLA
12: Statistical Modeling and Inference for Infectious Disease Dynamics: a Time-Series Approach
Niloofar Ramezani, George Mason University
14: Predicting On-Target CRISPR-Cas9 Cleavage Efficiency
Oscar Zarate, Northwestern University; Ji-Ping Wang, Northwestern University
15: Comparing Normalization Methods and the Impact of Noise
Thao Vu
16: Optimal Surrogate in Targeted Adaptive Sequential Trials
Ivana Malenica, U.C. Berkeley; Mark van der Laan, UC Berkeley
17: A Joint Model for the Analysis of Recurrent Events and a Dependent Terminal Event: Application to a Large Cardiovascular Outcomes Trial
Shahidul Islam, SUNY Downstate Medical Center; Carl Rosenberg, SUNY Downstate Medical Center; John C. LaRosa, SUNY Downstate Medical Center; Michael Szarek, SUNY Downstate Medical Center
19: Modeling Metabolic Syndrome with Biomarkers.
Alexander Nielson, Weber State University; Adam Baker, Weber State University; David Aguilar-Alvarez, Weber State University; Julian Chan, Weber State University
20: Prediction Accuracy and Robustness to Non-Normality of Two Methods of Predicting Random Effects in Linear Mixed Effects Models: Empirical Bayes vs. Quadratic Inference Functions
Zhiwen Wang, University of Kansas Medical Center ASA Student Chapter; Francisco Diaz, The University of Kansas Medical Center; John D Keighley, University of Kansas Medical Center; Jianghua (Wendy) He, The University of Kansas Medical Center; Jo Wick, University of Kansas Medical Center
21: Validation and Application of Risk Prediction Models Using Medical Records in Taiwan
Hsing-Yi Chang, National Health Research Institute; Ching-Yu Huang, Industrial Technology Research Institute; Hsin-Ling Fang, NHRI
22: Genome-Wide Causal Study of Schizophrenia
Rong Jiao, UT Health
23: Integrative Analysis of Irregularly Measured Biomarkers of Mixed Types in Electronic Health Records
Jitong Lou, University of North Carolina At Chapel Hill; Yuanjia Wang, Columbia University; Pengyue Zhang, Ohio State University; Lang Li, Ohio State University; Donglin Zeng, UNC Chapel Hill
24: Bivariate Nonlinear Gaussian Processes with Applications to Brain Signals
Guillermo Granados Garcia, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Hernando Ombao, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST); Wagner Barreto-Souza, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
25: Modeling Population and Subject-Specific Growth in a Latent Trait Measured by Multiple Instruments Over Time Using a Hierarchical Bayesian Framework
Caitlin Ward; Jacob J Oleson, University of Iowa; Elizabeth Walker, University of Iowa; Bruce Tomblin, University of Iowa
26: A Bayesian Method for Preliminary Proof of Concept in Early Phase Oncology Studies with a Basket Design
Lei Gao, Vertex Pharmaceuticals; Jin Jin, Division of Biostatistics, University of Minnesota; Qianying Liu, Sanofi; Wei Zheng, Comprehend (Suzhou) Information Technology Inc; Zhenming Shun, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc; Tun Tun Lin, Sanofi; Yingwen Dong, Sanofi
27: Spatially Balanced Sampling using the Halton Sequence
Blair Robertson, University of Canterbury; Trent McDonald, Western EcoSystems Technology Inc; Jennifer Brown, University of Canterbury; Chris Price, University of Canterbury
29: Negative Binomial Regression Model Assessing Factors Associated with Nodal Involvement in Oral Cancer Patients
Sada Nand Dwivedi, All India Institute of Medical Sciences
30: Smoothed Change-Point Renewal Process Framework for Modeling Hazards of Pulmonary Exacerbations in Cystic Fibrosis
Rachel Johnson, Colorado School of Public Health; Elizabeth Juarez-Colunga, University of Colorado Denver; John Rice, Colorado School of Public Health; Brandie Wagner, Colorado School of Public Health; Edith Zemanick, University of Colorado School of Medicine and Children’s Health Colorado; Margaret Rosenfeld, Seattle Children's Hospital
31: A Longitudinal Bayesian Mixed Effects Model with Hurdle Conway-Maxwell-Poisson Distribution
Tong Kang, University of Florida; Somnath Datta, University of Florida; Jeremy T. Gaskins, University of Louisville
32: A Framework for Covariate Balance Using Bregman Distances
Kevin Patrick Josey, Colorado School of Public Health; Elizabeth Juarez-Colunga, University of Colorado Denver; Debashis Ghosh, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
33: Bivariate Hierarchical Bayesian Model for Combining Estimates from Multiple Sources and Domains
Yujing Yao, Columbia University; Todd Ogden, Columbia University; Qixuan Chen, Columbia University
34: Compass Plots Revisited: a Combination of Kiviat Diagram (Star Plots) and Analysis of Means (ANOM)
Charles Eugene Smith, North Carolina State University; Kamon Budsaba, Thammasat University, Rangsit Center
35: Factor Analysis for Spatial Surfaces Using a Bayesian Non-Parametric Prior
Samuel Berchuck, Duke University; Mark Janko, Duke University; Sayan Mukherjee, Duke University
36: A Novel Design for Evaluating Cell-Type Deconvolution Methods - Application to Pancreatic Cancer
Virginia Ma, Columbus Academy
37: Constructing Causal Methylation Network by Additive Noise Model (ANM)
Shudi Li, University of Texas School of Public Health; Rong Jiao, UT Health; Momiao Xiong, University of Texas School of Public Health
38: Penalized Random Survival Forests
Sarah Formentini, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Statistics Department; Ruoqing Zhu, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
40: Reference Effect Measures for Quantifying, Comparing and Visualizing Variation from Random and Fixed Effects in Non-Normal Multilevel Models
Gary Grunwald, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Thomas J Glorioso, US Veterans Administration; Michael Ho, US Veterans Administration; Thomas M Maddox, Washington University School of Medicine