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75 Mon, 8/3/2020, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Virtual
Contributed Poster Presentations: Biometrics Section — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section, Text Analysis Interest Group
1: Comparing Samples of Partially Paired Categorical Data
PHILIP DIXON, Iowa State University
2: A State-Space Approach for Analyzing Longitudinal Outcomes
Alicia Chua, Boston University School of Public Health; Yorghos Tripodis, Boston University School of Public Health
3: Drug Safety Evaluation Using Panel Count Model
Yizhao Zhou, Georgetown University; Ao Yuan, Georgetown University Medical Center; Ming Tan, Georgetown University
4: Arctangent Augmented Square Root Transformation
Mitchell J Rosen, Covance, Inc.
5: A Comparison of Ordinary Least Squares and Reduced Major Axis Regression
Krista Watts, United States Military Academy; Nicholas Clark, United States Military Academy; Diana Thomas, United States Military Academy
6: Designing an Intra-Subject Dose Escalation Clinical Trial for Evaluation of Acute Intermittent Hypoxia in Stroke Survivors
Elizabeth Gray, Northwestern University, FSM; Masha Kocherginsky, Northwestern University, FSM; Milap Sandhu, Northwestern University, AbilityLab; William Rymer, Northwestern University, AbilityLab
7: Predicting ordinal outcomes incorporating nonparametric interactions
Yuting Lu, New York University, Department of Environmental Medicine; Yongzhao Shao, New York University School of Medicine
8: Reactogenicity Adverse Events; Collection, Analysis and Reporting Process in Vaccine Clinical Trials
Tulin Shekar, Merck
9: Detection Limits by Semiparametric Cumulative Probability Models
Yuqi Tian, Vanderbilt University; Bryan E Shepherd, Vanderbilt University; Chun Li, University of Southern California, Department of Preventive Medicine; Nathan James, Vanderbilt University
10: Modeling Simultaneous Responses with Nested Working Correlation and Bayesian Estimates for Longitudinal Data with Time-Dependent Covariates
Elsa Aimara Vazquez Arreola, Arizona State University; Jeffrey R Wilson, Arizona State University
11: Mining for Health: A Comparison of Word Embedding Methods for Electronic Health Records
Emily Getzen, University of Pennsylvania; Qi Long, University of Pennsylvania
12: Comparing Association of Preoperative Transrectal Ultrasound Prostate Weight with Prostate Weight Obtained After Radical Prostatectomy
Irene Helenowski, Northwestern University; Sean Sachdev, Northwestern University; Borko D Jovanovic, Northwestern University; Michael J Gurley, Northwestern University; Robin G Leikin, Northwestern University; William J Catalona, Northwestern University; Timothy M Kuzel, Rush University
13: PARAMETER ESTIMATION for STOCHASTIC DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS DRIVEN by WIENER and POISSON NOISE
Charles Eugene Smith, North Carolina State University; Loren Cobb, Univ. of Colorado Denver
14: Copula Directional Dependence for Analyzing Metabolic Responses in Obese Rodents to Nutritional Strategies
Yoonsung Jung, Prairie View A&M University; Javad Barouei, Prairie View A&M University
15: Classification of Adverse Events from the Apple Heart Study Using Natural Language Processing
Rebecca Gardner, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Santosh Gummidipundi, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Mai Nguyen, Stanford Center for Clinical Research; Sushmitha Tallapalli, Stanford Center for Clinical Research; Vidhya Balasubramanian, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Justin Lee, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Ariadna Garcia, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Haley Hedlin, Stanford University, Quantitative Sciences Unit; Christoph Olivier, Stanford Center for Clinical Research; Justin Parizo, Stanford Center for Clinical Research; Kenneth Mahaffey, Stanford Center for Clinical Research; Marco Perez, Stanford Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; Mintu Turakhia, Stanford Division of Cardiovascular Medicine; Manisha Desai, Stanford University
16: An R Shiny Web Application Useful for Aiding Researchers in the Analysis of Eye Tracking Data
Nathan Varberg; Nathaniel Thom, Wheaton College
17: Effect of Different Error Rate Adjustments on Reproducibility
Scott Richter, UNC Greensboro; Melinda McCann, Oklahoma State University
18: Stochastic Curtailment Methods for Futility Testing in Single-Arm Clinical Trials with Time-to-Event Endpoint Using Weibull Distribution
Muhammad Waleed, University of Kansas Medical Center; Jianghua He, University of Kansas Medical Center; Milind A Phadnis, University of Kansas Medical Center
19: Neural Networks for Clustered and Longitudinal Data Using Mixed Effects Models
Francesca Mandel, University of Pennsylvania; Ian Barnett, University of Pennsylvania
20: A SAS Macro for Implementing a Group Sequential Design with Time-to-Event Endpoint Using the Generalized Gamma Distribution
Nadeesha Thewarapperuma, University of Kansas Medical Center ASA Student Chapter; Milind A Phadnis, University of Kansas Medical Center
22: Relaxing the Independence Assumption in Relative Survival Analysis: A Parametric Approach
Reuben Adatorwovor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Aurelien Latouche, Conservatoire National des Arts et M├ętiers; Jason Fine, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
23: Survival Outcome Related High-Throughput Gene Expression Analysis Under Case-Cohort Design
Huining Kang, University of New Mexico; Lidong Wang, University of New Mexico