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56 Sun, 8/8/2021, 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM Virtual
Causal Inference — Contributed Speed
Section on Statistics in Epidemiology
Chair(s): Xiao Fang, Merck
3:35 PM Valid Instrumental Variables Selection Methods Using Auxiliary Variable and Constructing Efficient Estimator
Shunichiro Orihara, Yokohama City University; Masataka Taguri, Yokohama City University
3:40 PM Mediation Analysis Using Semiparametric Shape-Restricted Regression Spline
Qing Yin, University of Pittsburgh; Shyamal Peddada, The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; Jong-Hyeon Jeong, University of Pittsburgh; Jennifer Joan Adibi, University of Pittsburgh
3:45 PM Using Randomized Rounding of Linear Programs to Obtain Unweighted Natural Strata That Balance Many Covariates
Katherine Brumberg, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; Dylan S. Small, University of Pennsylvania; Paul R Rosenbaum, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
3:50 PM Bayesian Multiply Robust Estimation for Causal Inference
Benjamin Gochanour, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Sixia Chen, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Laura Beebe, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; David Haziza, University of Ottawa
3:55 PM Evaluating the Overlap Weighting Method for Balancing Covariates Using Real and Simulated Claims Data
Wen Wan, The University of Chicago; Manu Murugesan, The University of Chicago; Robert Nocon, Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine; Josh Bolton, University of Maryland, Baltimore County ; Tamara Konetzka, The University of Chicago; Marshall Chin, The University of Chicago; Elbert Huang, The University of Chicago
4:00 PM An Evaluation of a Residual Confounding Quantity of Propensity Score Stratification.
Yoko Sato, Shizuoka Graduate University of Public Health; Eiji Nakatani, Shizuoka Graduate University of Public Health; Seiichiro Yamamoto, Shizuoka Graduate University of Public Health
4:05 PM Simultaneous Adjustment of Uncontrolled Confounding, Selection Bias, and Exposure Misclassification in Multiple-Bias Modeling
Paul Brendel, Verana Health; Aracelis Torres, Verana Health; Onyebuchi Arah, UCLA
4:10 PM Causal Inference Methods for Measures of Health Disparities
Tengfei Li, Georgetown University; George Luta, Georgetown University
4:15 PM Semiparametric Estimation of Treatment Effects When Outcome Is Missing Not at Random
Shintaro Yoneyama, Keio University, Graduate School of Science and Technology; Mihoko Minami, Keio University, Department of Mathematics
4:20 PM Causal Inference with Trajectory Data
Jinghao Sun, Yale University; Forrest W. Crawford, Yale University
4:30 PM Robust Mendelian Randomization in the Presence of Residual Population Stratification, Batch Effects, and Horizontal Pleiotropy
Carlos Cinelli, UCLA; Nathan LaPierre, UCLA; Brian Hill, UCLA; Sriram Sankararaman, UCLA; Eleazar Eskin, UCLA
4:35 PM Efficient Inverse Probability-Weighted Estimation of Longitudinal Causal Effects in Quasi-Experimental Studies
Nima Hejazi, University of California, Berkeley; Mark Van Der Laan, University of California; Sathya Anand, Netflix; Wenjing Zheng, Netflix
4:40 PM Estimation of ATO Achieving Covariate Balancing with Generalized Empirical Likelihood
Ryo Otani, Graduate of Culture and Information Science, Doshisha University; Hiroshi Yadohisa, Doshisha University
4:45 PM Doubly Robust Confidence Sequences for Sequential Causal Inference
Ian Waudby-Smith, Carnegie Mellon University; David Arbour, Adobe Research; Ritwik Sinha, Adobe Research; Edward H Kennedy, Carnegie Mellon University; Aaditya K Ramdas, Carnegie Mellon University
4:50 PM Testing for Joint Mediation Effects of Multiple Mediators
Wei Hao, University of Michigan; Peter X.K. Song, University of Michigan
4:55 PM Almost Exact Mendelian Randomization
Matthew James Tudball, University of Bristol; Qingyuan Zhao, University of Cambridge
5:00 PM Estimation of Attributable Events in Stratified Case-Case Analyses
Sarah E. Hegarty, University of Pennsylvania; Dylan S. Small, University of Pennsylvania; Pamela Shaw, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute
5:05 PM Statistical Methods to Understand the Role of Engagement in Studies of Mobile Health Interventions
Andrew Justin Spieker, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Robert Greevy, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Lyndsay Nelson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Lindsay Mayberry, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
5:10 PM Floor Discussion