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418 Tue, 7/30/2019, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM CC-Hall C
SPEED: Biostatistical Methods, Application, and Education, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Medical Devices and Diagnostics, ENAR, Mental Health Statistics Section, Quality and Productivity Section, General Methodology, Section on Bayesian Statistical Science, Section on Risk Analysis, Section on Statistical Graphics, Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences
Chair(s): Loren Cobb, University of Colorado Denver
Oral Presentations for this session.
20: Importance of Data Quality for National HIV Prevention Program Monitoring and Evaluation
Guoshen Wang, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Shubha Rao, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Hui Zhao, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Wei Song, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Carolyn Wright, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Marc Wiehn, Luther Consulting LLC
21: Pre-Conceptions of Statistical Inference in Biostatistics
Aimee Schwab-McCoy, Creighton University
22: Impact of Approaches for Clinical and Radiological Monitoring on Predicting of Short-Term and Long-Term Disability Outcomes in Multiple Sclerosis
Brian Healy, Biostatistics Center/Massachusetts General Hospital
23: Developing Year-Long Mobile Health Interventions to Improve Mental Health Outcomes Among Medical Interns: Experimental Design and Statistical Methods
Timothy NeCamp, University of Michigan; Zhenke Wu, University of Michigan; Srijan Sen, University of Michigan
24: Tolerance Intervals for Autoregressive Models, with an Application to Hospital Waiting Lists
Kedai Cheng; Derek Young, University of Kentucky
25: Coffee and Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
Anna Wu; Patrick Giuliano, Abbott
26: Lowering Sample Size Requirements for Mixture Modeling in Mental Health Research
Alessandro De Nadai, Texas State University; Kate Fitzgerald, University of Michigan; Ryan Zamora, Texas State University; Luke Norman, University of Michigan; Tara Little, Texas State University; Joseph Himle, University of Michigan; Kristin Mannella, University of Michigan; Stephan Taylor, University of Michigan
27: Rank-Based Approach for Estimating Correlations in Mixed Ordinal Data
Xiaoyun Quan; James Booth, Cornell University; Martin Wells, Cornell University
28: Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of Lead Body Burden in the United States, 1976-2016
Yutaka Aoki, National Center for Health Statistics
29: Psychotherapy Outcomes for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder in a University Counseling Setting
E. Neeley Tass, Brigham Young University
30: Assessment of Biomarker Strategies in Lung Cancer Management via Net Reclassification Indices
Piper Williams, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Alexander Kaizer, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus; Anna BarĂ³n, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
31: Experiences with Incorporating R into a Second-Level Biostatistics Course for MPH Students
Christine Mauro, Columbia University; Nicholas Williams, Columbia University; Anjile An, Columbia University
32: Joint Valid Moments Bayesian Marginal Logistic Regression Model with Time Dependent Covariates
Maria Vazquez; Jeffrey Wilson, W. P. Carey School of Business, ASU
33: Temporal Association of Prostate and Colon Cancer with World Trade Center Rescue/Recovery Work: a 14 Year Cohort Study
Charles Hall, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; David Goldfarb, Montefiore Medical Center ; Rachel Zeig-Owens, Montefiore Medical Center ; David Prezant, Fire Department of the City of New York
34: Predicting the Absolute Risk of Undetected Uterine Cancer in a Matched Case-Control Study
Catherine Lee, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research; Scott E. Lentz, , The Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Los Angeles; Eve Zaritsky, The Permanente Medical Group, Oakland California; Lue-Yen Tucker, The Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California; Tina Raine-Bennett, Oakland California and The Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California
35: New Results on the Weighted Generalized Score for Comparing Two Correlated Means
Aaron Douglas Jones, Duke University; Andrzej Stanislaw Kosinski, Duke University
36: Sample Size Calculations in Single-Case Designs
Jiabei Yang, Brown School of Public Health; Christopher Schmid, Brown University; Jon Steingrimsson, Brown University
37: A Bayesian Zero Inflated Binomial Model for Repeated Measures Count Data
Benjamin W. Rogers, UCLA
38: Optimality in Group Testing Estimation with Misclassification
Md. S. Sarker, Radford University