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91 Mon, 8/9/2021, 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM Virtual
High Dimensional Data, Causal Inference, Biostats Education, and More — Contributed Speed
Chair(s): Wodan Ling, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
10:05 AM Bayesian Nonparametric Models for Freely Diffusing SmFRET Data
Roberto Rivera, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez; Jared Hidalgo, University of Puerto Rico - Mayaguez; Axel Cortes Cubero, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez; Roberto Reyes, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
10:10 AM Principal Component Analysis of Hybrid Functional and Vector Data
Jeong Hoon Jang, Indiana University
10:15 AM A P-Value-Free FDR Controlling Approach for High-Dimensional Variable Selection
Arkaprabha Ganguli, Michigan State University; David Todem, Michigan State University
10:20 AM Multisite Learning with High-Dimensional Data via a Distributed Algorithm for Penalized Regression (ADAP)
Xiaokang Liu, University of Pennsylvania; Rui Duan, Harvard University; Chongliang Luo, University of Pennsylvania; Alexis Ogdie, University of Pennsylvania ; Jason H. Moore, University of Pennsylvania ; Henry R. Kranzler, University of Pennsylvania ; Jiang Bian, University of Florida Health Cancer Center; Yong Chen, University of Pennsylvania
10:25 AM Prediction of Relapse in Chronic Disease Using Fragmented Medical Records
Jiasheng Shi, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine ; Jing Huang, University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine
10:30 AM Relaxed Conditional Likelihood for Sparse Data Under a Rectangular Array Embedding
Samuel Aiyedipe, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics, Emory University; John Hanfelt, Emory University
10:35 AM Three-Phase Generalized Raking and Multiple Imputation Estimators to Address Errors in Routinely Collected Data
Gustavo Amorim, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Ran Tao, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Sarah Lotspeich, Vanderbilt University Medical Center; Pamela Shaw, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute; Thomas Lumley, University of Auckland; Rena Patel, University of Washington; Bryan Shepherd, Department of Biostatistics, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
10:40 AM Tests for Heteroscedasticity
Timothy Mark Beasley, UAB
10:45 AM Lossless Distributed Linear Mixed Model with Application to Integration of Heterogeneous Health Care Data
Chongliang Luo, University of Pennsylvania; Md. Nazmul Islam, UnitedHealth Group; Natalie E. Sheils, UnitedHealth Group; Rui Duan, Harvard University; Jenna Reps, Janssen Research and Development LLC; Jiayi Tong, University of Pennsylvania; Mackenzie Edmonson, University of Pennsylvania; Martijn Schuemie, Janssen R&D; John Buresh, UnitedHealth Group; Yong Chen, University of Pennsylvania
10:50 AM A Job-Ready Assessment for Post-Graduate-Level Introductory Biostatistics Courses
Darsy Darssan, The University of Queensland; Pakhi Sharma, The University of Queensland; Alexandra Robbins-Hill, The University of Queensland; Gail Williams, The University of Queensland
11:00 AM Information-Based Mediation Analysis on High-Dimensional Metagenomic Data
Lingling An, University of Arizona; Kyle Carter, University of Arizona; Meng Lu, University of Arizona; Hongmei Jiang, Northwestern University
11:05 AM Increasing efficiency and reducing bias of vaccine effect estimates, by using non-targeted virus strains
Lola Etievant, National Cancer Institute, NIH; Mitchell Gail, NCI-DCEG; Joshua Sampson, National Cancer Institute, NIH
11:10 AM When Randomized Interventional Indirect Effects Tell Stories About Mediated Effects (and When They Don’t)
Caleb Miles, Columbia University
11:15 AM Comparison of Propensity Score Weighting Methods for Subgroup Survival Analysis
Siyun Yang, Duke University; Fan Li, Duke University; Laine Thomas, Duke University, Department of Biostatistics and Bioinformatics
11:20 AM Optimal Weighting for Estimating Generalized Average Treatment Effects
Michele Santacatterina, George Washington University; Nathan Kallus, Cornell University
11:25 AM Laplace and Saddlepoint Approximations in High Dimensions
Yanbo Tang, University of Toronto; Nancy Reid, University of Toronto
11:30 AM Randomization Tests to Address Disruptions in Clinical Trials
Diane Uschner, George Washington University
11:35 AM Mathematical Modeling of the Transmission Dynamics of COVID-19
Ruzong Fan, Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC)
11:40 AM Statistical Challenges of Launching a Randomized Controlled Trial of a COVID-19 Therapeutic at the Start of the Pandemic
Pamela Shaw, Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute; Grace Choi, University of Pennsylvania; Haidaliza Soto-Calderon, University of Pennsylvania; Lizette Grajales, University of Pennsylvania; Katharine Bar, University of Pennsylvania
11:45 AM Updating an Introductory Biostatistics Course to Support Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Transparency
Priya Srikanth, Oregon Health & Science University; Amber Lin, Oregon Health & Science University