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246 Tue, 8/9/2022, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-140A
Improved Disease Classification Through Extensions of ROC Curve Estimation and Biomarker Characterization — Contributed Papers
Section on Medical Devices and Diagnostics
Chair(s): Roseann White, Natera
8:35 AM Parametric and Semiparametric Multiple Imputation for Missing Biomarker Values
Peng Shi, University of Kansas Medical Center; Leonidas Bantis, University of Kansas Medical Center
8:50 AM Sampling Bias Adjustment for Bridging Efficacy from Multiple Clinical Trial Assays (CTA) to a Companion Diagnostics Assay (CDx)
Ja-An Lin, Illumina Inc; Yaji Xu, Illumina Inc; Aida Yazdanparast, Illumina Inc; Johan Surtihadi, Illumina Inc
9:05 AM Diagnostic Latent Class Model for Ordinal Classification
Xiaoyan Lin, University of South Carolina; Yun Yang, University of South Carolina; Kerrie Nelson, Boston University School of Public Health
9:20 AM Predicting Type 2 Diabetes Based on Multiclass AUC from Multinomial Logistic Regression
Paul G Wakim, NIH Clinical Center; Hima Tallam, NIH Clinical Center; Daniel C Elton, NIH Clinical Center; Sungwon Lee, NIH Clinical Center; Perry J Pickhardt, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health; Ronald M Summers, NIH Clinical Center
9:35 AM Analyzing Partially Paired Data for Diagnostic Radiology Studies Using the Obuchowski-Rockette Method
Stephen L Hillis, ASA
9:50 AM Estimating Diagnostic Accuracy When Candidate Tests Are Subject to Detection Limits---Application to Diagnosing Early Stage Alzheimer Disease
Chengjie Xiong, Division of Biostatistics, Washington University in St. Louis; Jingqin Luo, Division of Public Health Sciences, Washington University in St. Louis; John Morris, Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center, Washington University in St. Louis
10:05 AM Estimation and Inference on the Volume Under the ROC Surface in a Clinical Region of Interest
Kate Young, University of Kansas Medical Center; Leonidas Bantis, University of Kansas Medical Center