8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday June 22
Short Course
8:30 10:15
8:30
Wellman 126
R Survey Package Analyses for Two Phase Studies, with Applications in Epidemiology
8:30 10:15
8:30
Monday June 23
Wellman 234
Monday June 23
Session Title: Statistical Issues
for Emergent Measurement
Methods in Biomedical
Research
Session
Organizer/Chair:
Dean Billheimer
8:35
RNAseq: the Death Knell for
Gene Expression Arrays?
John C. Marioni,
University of
Chicago with
Cristopher E.
Mason, Matthew
Stephens, and
Yoav Gilad
8:35
Clustering and Case-Control
Studies
9:00
Novel PCR-Based
Methodologies in Biomedical
Research
Bonnie LaFleur,
University of Utah
with Dean
Billheimer
9:00
Adaptive Functional Models
for the Analysis of Recurrent
Event Panel Data
9:25
A Statistical Model for
Identifying Proteins
Differentially Expressed
Between Case and Control
Group Based on Label Free
LC-MS/MS Experiment
Results
Pei Wang, Fred
Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center
9:25
9:50
Statistical Issues in the
Analysis of CHiP Experiments
Measuring Nucleosome
Occupancy
Pei-Fen Kuan,
University of
Wisconsin with
Dana Huebert,
Audrey Gasch, and
Sunduz Keles
9:50
Session Title:
Models for Clustered
Longitudinal and Case
Control Studies
Wellman 6
Session
Organizer:
Charmaine Dean
Chair:
Jerry Lawless
Chris Wild,
University of
Auckland with
Alastair J. Scott
8:30 10:15
8:30
T. Lumley, University of Washington and
N. Breslow, University of Washington
Monday June 23
Wellman 119
Contributed 1:
Survival Analysis and
Symmetric Distributions
Chair:
Danielle Harvey
8:35
A Truly Non-Parametric
Proportional Hazards Model
Lorenzo Trippa,
MD Anderson
Cancer Center with
Peter Muller and
Wesley Johnson
Jason Nielsen,
Carleton
University
9:00
Another Look at the Mean
Lifetime Based on Censored
and/or Truncated Data
Jong Kim,
Portland State
University
Pairwise Likelihood Method
for Clustered Longitudinal
Data
Leilei Zeng,
Simon Fraser
University
with Grace Y. Yi,
and Richard J.
Cook
9:25
Percentage of Survival
Variation Explained by a
Continuous Marker
Caixia Li,
University of
California, San
Francisco with
Ying Lu
Random Mean Models for
Clustered and Longitudinal
Data
Peter X. Song,
University of
Michigan with
Peng Zhang
9:50
Peakedness Ordering in
Symmetric Distributions
Hari Mukerjee,
Wichita State
University with
Hammou El Barmi
Abstracts: Page 1 of 8
10:3512:20
10:35
Monday June 23
Wellman 234
Session Title:
Connections between Bayesian
and Frequentist Methods
Session organizer:
Adam Szpiro,
Thomas Lumley,
and Ken Rice
Chair:
Thomas Lumley
10:40
Model-Robust Bayesian
Regression and the "Sandwich"
Estimator
Adam Szpiro,
University of
Washington with
Ken Rice, and
Thomas Lumley
11:05
On the Use of Prior
Information for Flexibly
Monitoring Group Sequential
Survival Trials
11:30
11:55
10:3512:20
10:35
Monday June 23
Wellman 6
Student Competition 1:
Genetic and Genomic Data
Chair:
Laura Cowen
10:40
Conditional Tests for
Localizing Trait Genes
Yanming Di,
University of
Washington with
Elizabeth A.
Thompson
Daniel I. Gillen,
University of
California, Irvine
with Sean
Brummel
11:05
Reducing Noise in cDNA
Microarray Images using
Wavelet-Based LMMSE
Estimator
Frequency Model-Robustness
and Bayesian Decision Theory
Ken Rice,
University of
Washington
11:30
Bayesian Nonparametric
Modeling for Well-Calibrated
Location and Scale Inference
with Skewed and Heavy-Tailed
Data
David Draper,
University of
California, Santa
Cruz
11:55
10:3512:20
10:35
Monday June 23
Wellman 119
Contributed 2:
Random and Mixed Models
Chair:
Mary Redman
10:40
Bivariate Skew-Normal
Independent Linear Mixed
Models with Applications to
Dental Epidemiology
Dipankar
Bandyopadhyay,
Medical University
of South Carolina
with Victor
Lachos, Pulak
Ghosh, and
Elizabeth Slate
Tamanna
Howlader,
Concordia
University with
Yogendra P.
Chaubey
11:05
Model Selection under the
Proportional Hazards MixedEffects Model
Michael C.
Donohue,
University of
California, San
Diego with:
Ronghui Xu,
Anthony Gamst,
Florin Vaida, and
David P.
Harrington
A Nested Mixture Model for
Protein Identification using
Mass Spectrometry
Qunhua Li,
University of
Washington
with Michael
MacCoss, and
Matthew Stephens
11:30
Iterative Estimating
Equations for Nonlinear
Mixed Effect Models
Lawrence Lee,
University of
California, Davis
with Jiming Jiang
Calculating Average Power
for the Benjamini-Hochberg
Procedure
William Feser,
University of
Colorado Denver
with Tasha E.
Fingerlin, Strand J.
Matthew, and
Glueck H.
Deborah
11:55
Modeling Multi-Center
Survival Data - Some
Simulation Results
Daozhi Zhang,
Daiichi Sankyo
Pharma
Development.
Abstracts: Page 2 of 8
1:453:30
1:45
Monday June 23
Wellman 234
Session Title:
SNPs and Association Studies
Session Organizer:
James Dai
Chair:
Haiyan Huang
Hua Tang,
Stanford
University with
Sophie Candille
1:453:30
1:45
Monday June 23
Wellman 6
Student Competition 2:
ROC Curves and
Longitudinal Data
Chair:
Laura Cowen
1:50
Regression Methods for
Area Under the ROC Curve
for Diagnostic Studies with
Ordinal Data
Kumar Rajan,
University of
Washington with:
Xiao-Hua
(Andrew) Zhou
1:453:30
1:45
Monday June 23
Wellman 119
Contributed 3:
Biomarkers & Risk
Prediction and Assessment
Chair:
1:50
Borrowing Information
Across Populations in
Evaluating Risk Prediction
Markers
Ying Huang, Fred
Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center
with Ziding Feng
Dan Gillen
1:50
Genetic Association Studies in
Heterogeneous Populations
2:15
Challenges in Genomewide
Association Studies of
Transplantation Complications
Lue Ping Zhao,
Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Research
Center with Sue
Li, and John
Hansen
2:15
A Semi-Parametric
Regression Approach for
Time-Dependent ROC
Curves Adjusted for
Covariates
Nan Hu,
University of
Washington
2:15
Estimating Relative
Accuracy in an Unpaired
Postmarket Device Study
with Incomplete Disease
Assessment
Todd Alonzo,
University of
Southern
California
2:40
Hierarchical Modeling and
Stochastic Variable Selection
in the Analysis of Multiple
SNPS in Genetic Association
Studies
David V. Conti,
University of
Southern
California with
Juan Pablo
Lewinger, Lars
Beckman, Jenny
Chang-Claude, and
Nadine Cremer
2:40
A Stochastic Modeling
Approach in Longitudinal
Data Analysis
Li Zhu, University
of California,
Davis with
Fushing Hsieh,
Juan Li, Eric Chi
2:40
Accuracy of Probabilistic
Model Based Classifications
of Future Long Term
Uninsured Coverage Status
Steven Cohen,
Agency for
Healthcare
Research and
Quality with
William Yu
3:05
SHARE: An Adaptive
Algorithm to Select an Optimal
Set of SNPs for Genetic
Association
James Dai, Fred
Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center
with Michael
LeBlanc, Nicolas I.
Smith, Bruce
Psaty, and Charles
Kooperberg
3:05
Robust Joint Analysis of
Longitudinal Measurements
and Competing Risks Failure
Time Data via Modeling of
Multivariate Random Effects
Covariances
Xin Huang,
University of
California, Los
Angeles with Gang
Li, and Robert M.
Elashoff
3:05
Dynamic Transitional
Processes through Bayesian
Variable Selection in
Disease State Modeling
David Engler,
Brigham Young
University with
Brian Healy
3:505:00
3:50
Monday June 23
WNAR Presidential
Address
PLENARY SESSION
Chair: John Neuhaus,
WNAR President
Introduction
1100 Social Science & Humanities
4:00
Making Sense of Life:
History Processes through Multi-State Models
Jerry Lawless, University of Waterloo
Abstracts: Page 3 of 8
8:3010:15
8:30
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 234
Session Title: Expression and
Sequence Analysis
Session organizer:
Haiyan Huang
Chair:
Hua Tang
8:35
Statistical and Computational
Challenges in Gene Expression
Studies Based on NextGeneration Sequencing
Sandrine Dudoit,
University of
California,
Berkeley
9:00
Identification of Differentially
Expressed Gene Categories in
Microarray Studies Using
Multivariate Nonparametric
Analysis
9:25
9:50
8:3010:15
8:30
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 6
Session Title: ShapeRestricted Inference
Session organizer:
Guenther Walther
Chair:
Debashis Paul
8:35
Investigation Modality of
Time Series
Wolfgang Polonik,
University of
California, Davis
with Gabriel
Chandler
Dan Nettleton,
Iowa State
University
with Justin
Recknor, and
James Reecy
9:00
On Restricted Likelihood
Tests of Sampling Bias
Jiayang Sun, Case
Western Research
University with
Michael
Woodroofe, and
Tao Jin
Computational Diagnosis by
Querying Large-Scale Public
Microarray Repositories
Haiyan Huang,
University of
California,
Berkeley with
Chun-Chi Lu, and
Xianghong
Jasmine Zhou
9:25
Fast and Optimal Evaluation
of Multivariate Scan
Statistics
Guenther Walther,
Stanford
University
Importance Sampling of Word
Patterns in DNA and Protein
Sequences
Nancy R. Zhang,
Stanford
University with
Hock Peng Chen,
and Louis HY
Chen
9:50
Maximum Smoothed
Likelihood Estimation
Geurt Jongbloed,
Delft University of
Technology
Abstracts: Page 4 of 8
10:3512:20
10:35
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 234
Session Title: High
Dimensional Variable Selection
and Shrinkage Methods
Session organizer:
Garreth James
Chair:
James Dai
Yiyuan She,
Stanford
University
10:3512:20
10:35
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 6
10:3512:20
10:35
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 119
Contributed 4: Longitudinal
Data
Chair:
Todd Alonzo
Student Competition 3:
Model Selection and
Survival Analysis
Chair:
Laura Cowen
10:40
An Efficient Computational
Approach for Prior
Sensitivity Analysis and
Cross-Validation
Luke Bornn,
University of
British Columbia
with Arnau
Doucet, and
Raphael Gottardo
10:40
Determination of
Longitudinal Changes in
Images: Optimum
Suprathreshold Selection in a
Permutation Cluster Test
Ying Lu,
University of
California, San
Francisco with
Qian Zhou,
Wenjun Li, Caixia
Li, Bill Chu, John
Kornak, Thomas
Lang, and Jiqian
Fang
10:40
Sparse Regression with Exact
Clustering
11:15
Variable Inclusion and
Shrinkage Algorithms
Peter Radchenko,
University of
Southern
California,
Marshall
11:05
On Model Selection
Consistency of Elastic Net
Jinzhu Jia,
University of
California,
Berkeley
with Bin Yu
11:05
Longitudinal Assessment of
Hearing Toxicity in a Phase
III Clinical Trial to Prevent
Sporadic Colorectal
Adenomas
Christine
McLaren,
University of
California, Irvine
with Wen-Pin
Chen, Sharon
Fujikawa-Brooks,
Daniel L. Gillen,
and Frank L.
Meyskens Jr.
11:45
Fast Sparse Regression and
Classification
Jerome Friedman,
Stanford
University
11:30
Regularization and Variable
Selection for Data With
Interdependent Structures
Lingmin Zeng,
Purdue University
with Jun Xie
11:30
Joint Modeling of Extended
Hazard and Longitudinal
Data
Yi-Kuan Tseng,
Graduate Institute
of Statistics, NCU,
Taiwan with JaneLing Wang
11:55
Estimation of Treatment
Effect Under
Nonproportional Hazards
and Conditionally
Independent Censoring
Adam P. Boyd,
University of
Colorado Denver
Health Sciences
Program with
Daniel L. Gillen,
and John M.
Kittelson
11:55
A Latent Transition Analysis
of Overweight Children with
Incomplete Data
Saebom Jeon,
Korea University
and University of
Washington with
Sibel Sirakaya
Abstracts: Page 5 of 8
1:452:40
1:45
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 234
Session Title: Causal Inference
Methods for Clinical Trials
Session organizer:
Mary Redman
Chair:
Bryan Shepherd
1:50
Causal Subgroup Modeling in
Cancer Clinical Trials
Mary Redman,
Fred Hutchinson
Cancer Research
Center
2:15
Quantifying Dose-Response for
a Continuous Treatment in the
Presence of Non-Compliance
or Confounding
Erica E. Moodie,
McGill University
with David A.
Stephens
2:453:50
4:105:15
Tuesday June 24
PLENARY SESSION
IMS Medallion Lecture
Chair: Charles Kooperberg
Tuesday June 24
1:452:40
1:45
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 6
Contributed 5: Measurement
Error
Chair:
1:50
Measurement Error Models
with Dichotomized
Mismeasured Predictors
Loki Natarajan,
University of
California, San
Diego
2:15
A Comparison of Multiple
Imputation and Inverse
Probability Weighted
Estimation for Survival
Analysis with Missing
Covariates
Lihong Qi,
University of
California, Davis
with Ying-Fang
Wang, and Yulei
He
1:452:40
1:45
Tuesday June 24
Wellman 119
Contributed 6: Floods and
Fish
Chair:
Ken Kopecky
1:50
Estimating Exploitation
Rates of a Migrating
Population of Yellowtail
Flounders using Multi-State
Mark-Recapture Methods
Laura Cowen,
University of
Victoria
2:15
Mixture Methods for the
Analysis of Flood Frequency
Distributions
Philip A. Yates,
California State
Polytechnic
University,
Pomona with John
Grego
Chris Drake
Wellman 234
Introduction
WNAR PLENARY SESSION
2:50
Convex Methods for Pattern Classification
Peter Bartlett, University of California at Berkeley
with Steven Arlot, Michael Jordan, Jon McAuliffe,
and Mikhail Traskin
Wellman 119
WNAR Business Meeting
Abstracts: Page 6 of 8
8:3010:15
8:30
Wednesday June 25
Session Title: Statistical
Methods for Flow Cytometry
Data
Wellman 234
Session Organizer:
George Luta
Chair: Lynn
Eudey
Byron Ellis,
AdBrite Inc
8:3010:15
8:30
Wednesday June 25
Wellman 6
Session Title: Statistical
Methods for Evaluating
Vaccine Efficacy
Session
8:35
Assessing Causal Effects in
the Doomed
Bryan Shepherd,
Vanderbilt
University
8:3010:15
8:30
Wednesday June 25
Wellman 119
Contributed 7: Smoothing
and Other Statistical Models
Chair: Hung Chen
8:35
Comparison of Functional
Data Analysis Methods
Tsui-Ling Chen,
Arizona State
University
Organizer/Chair:
Holly Janes
8:35
A Statistician Visits the Flow
Lab
9:00
Automated Feature Extraction
from Flow Cytometry Data
Errol Strain, BD
Technologies with
Perry Haaland
9:10
Chop-Lump Tests for
Vaccine Trials
Dean Follmann,
National Institute
of Allergy and
Infectious Disease
with Mike Fay,
and Mike Proschan
9:00
Application of
Nonparametric Percentile
Regression to Body Mass
Index Percentile Curves
from Survey Data
Yan Li, National
Cancer Institute
with Barry I.
Gaubard, and
Edward L. Korn
9:25
Defining Immune Responses
via Intracellular Cytokine
Staining: Pitfalls and
Possibilities
Martha Nason,
National Institute
of Allergy and
Infectious
Diseases, NIH,
with Michael
Proschan
9:40
Assessing Surrogate
Endpoints in Vaccine Trials
with Case-Cohort Sampling
and the Cox Model
Li Qin, Fred
Hutchinson Cancer
Research Center
with Peter Gilbert,
Dean Follmann,
and Dognfeng Li
9:25
Regression Splines for DoseResponse Data
Chin-Shang Li,
University of
California, Davis
with Daniel L.
Hunt
9:50
Automated Gating of Flow
Cytometry Data via Robust
Model-Based Clustering
Raphael Gottardo,
University of
British Columbia
with Kenneth Lo,
and Ryan
Brinkman
9:50
Computational Methods and
Diagnostics for Unified
Regression Analysis of
Bounded Data with Many
Observations at the
Boundary
Yan Yang,
Arizona State
University with
Douglas Simpson
Abstracts: Page 7 of 8
10:3512:20
10:35
Wednesday June 25
Wellman 234
Session Title: Functional
Approaches for the Analysis of
Complex Biological Data
Session
Organizer/Chair:
Hans Müller
10:40
Parameter Cascades: A
Parameter Dictionary with an
Estimation Strategy
James Ramsay,
McGill University
11:10
Biomarker Discovery for
Proteomics and Genomics Data
using Functional Mixed
Models
11:40
12:10
10:3512:20
10:35
Wednesday June 25
Wellman 6
Contributed 8: Genes and
Gene Expression
Chair:
Erica Moodie
10:40
Plot for Assessing InterSample Variability of
Eigenvectors in PCA
Hung Chen,
National Taiwan
University with IPing Tu
Jeffrey Morris, the
University of
Texas MD
Anderson Cancer
Center
11:05
Modeling Dependent Gene
Expression
Generalized Varying
Coefficient Models for
Longitudinal Data
Damla Senturk,
Pennsylvania State
University with
Hans-Georg
Müller
11:30
Kendall's Tau-Type Rank
Statistics
Invited Discussion
Debashis Paul,
University of
California, Davis
10:3512:20
10:35
Wednesday June 25
Wellman 119
Contributed 9: Spatial
Statistics and Imaging
Chair:
Martha Nason
10:40
Spatial Spectral …
Myron Katzoff,
Centers for
Disease Control
and Prevention
Donatello Telesca,
MD Anderson
Cancer Center with
Peter Muller, and
Giovanni
Parmigiani
11:05
An Exact Test to Detect
Geographic Aggregations of
Events
Rhonda Rosychuk,
University of
Alberta with Jason
L. Stuber
Moonsu Kang,
Virginia Institute
of Psychiatric and
Behavioral
Genetics
11:30
A Comparison of Methods
Used to Simulate a NeymanScott Process in Adaptive
Cluster Sampling Research
Philip Turk,
Northern Arizona
University with
John Borkowski
11:55
Biologically Driven Data
Reduction of Patterns of
Change Seen on Structural
Imaging
Danielle Harvey,
University of
California, Davis
with Laurel A.
Beckett
Abstracts: Page 8 of 8
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