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352 Tue, 8/9/2022, 2:00 PM - 2:45 PM CC-Hall D
SPEED: Biometrics and Environmental Statistics Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations
Biometrics Section, Section on Statistics and the Environment
Chair(s): Namhee Kim, Rush University Medical Center
01: Sensitivity Analysis for Generalized Causal Mediation: Extending the GMediation R Package
Jeffrey Albert, Case Western Reserve University; Jang Ik Cho, Eli Lilly and Company; Carly Rose, Case Western Reserve University
02: Implementing Different Imputation Pipelines for High-Frequency Digital Biomarkers with Missing Data and Lower-Frequency Binary Outcomes
Nicole Wakim, University of Michigan; Hiroko Dodge, Oregon Health and Science University; Zhenke Wu, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Tom Braun, University of Michigan
03: Flexible Estimation of the Conditional Survival Function via Observable Regression Models
Charles Jacob Wolock, University of Washington; Noah Simon, University of Washington; Marco Carone, University of Washington
04: SMILE: Smart Representation of Single Cell RNA-Seq Data via Attention-Based Deep Multiple Instance Learning
Jihwan Oh, Merck; John Kang, Merck; Alex Tamburino, Merck; Vladimir Svetnik, Merck Research Labs; Runzhe Li, John's Hopkins University
05: Model Selection for Survival Individualized Treatment Rules Using the Jackknife Estimator
Gilson D Honvoh, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Hunyong Cho, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Michael Kosorok, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
06: A Multiple Imputation Approach for Optimal Treatment Decision Rules
Jenny Shen, University of Pennsylvania; Kristin Linn, University of Pennsylvania
07: Meta-Analysis with Heterogeneity Clusters: An Application to Prevalence Estimation of Postmenopausal Bleeding Among Women with Endometrial Cancer
Gregory Haber, National Institute of Standards and Technology; Andrew Leo Rukhin, National Institute of Standards and technology
08: R Package AdjKM.CIF and Shiny Application for Creating the Covariate-Adjusted Kaplan-Meier and Cumulative Incidence Functions
Biwei Cao, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute; Jonphil Kim, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute,University of South Florida
09: On the Proportional Likelihood Ratio Model for Sparse Correlated Data
Jiayi Tong, University of Pennsylvania; Yang Ning, Cornell University; Md Nazmul Islam, UnitedHealth Group; Annie Qu, UC Irvine; Yong Chen, University of Pennsylvania
10: Comparison of Test Statistics for Regression Coefficients in the OLS, Ridge, Liu, and Kibria-Lukman Linear Regression Model: A Simulation Study
Sergio Perez-Melo, Florida International University; Zoran Bursac, Florida International University; B.M. Golam Kibria, Florida International University
11: Kidney Transplantation Outcome Predictions (KTOP): A Risk Prediction Tool for Kidney Transplants from Brain-Dead Deceased Donors Based on a Large European Cohort
Gregor Miller, Technical University of Munich; Donna P. Ankerst, Technical University of Munich
12: Accommodating Heterogeneous Missing Data Patterns for Prostate Cancer Risk Prediction
Matthias Neumair, Technical University of Munich; Donna P. Ankerst, Technical University of Munich
13: Spatial Classification in the Presence of Measurement Error
Yuhan Ma, Baylor University; Kyuhee Shin, Kyungpook National University; GyuWon Lee, Kyungpook National University; Joon Jin Song, Baylor Univeristy
14: The Performance of Boosting Methods on Air Quality Data
Betül Kan-K?l?nç, Eski?ehir Technical University
15: Bayesian Hierarchical Modeling of Tropical Storms and Their Damage Potential: A Data Driven Study
Sakshi Arya, Penn State University
16: A Spatio-Temporal Model for Arctic Sea Ice
Alison Kleffner, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Yawen Guan, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Susan VanderPlas, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
17: Improved Estimation of Inorganic Carbon in the North Atlantic Ocean with State Space Models
Claire Boteler, Dalhousie University; Michael Dowd, Dalhousie University; Eric C. J. Oliver, Dalhousie University; Elias T. Krainski, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology; Douglas W. R. Wallace, Dalhousie University
18: A Spatio-Temporal Dynamic Cellular Automata Model for Fire Spread
Nicholas Grieshop, University of Missouri
19: Frequency Separated Periodic Block Bootstrapping: Consistency and Robustness for Periodic Characteristics of Time Series
Edward Valachovic, University at Albany, State University of New York
20: A Deep Gaussian Process Framework to Quantify Uncertainty of Tropical Cyclone Precipitation Forecasts
Stephen Walsh, Virginia Tech; Marco Ferreira, Virginia Tech; David Higdon, Virginia Tech; Stephanie Zick, Virginia Tech; Annie Sauer, Virginia Tech