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General Departmental Seminar Series - Academic Year 2004-2005

Links listed below lead to an abstract for the seminar listed, if available.

Date

Time and Location
Presenter
Title
Abstract
9/10/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Xuelin Huang, PhD,
Department of Biostatistics and Applied Mathematics,
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Estimation of the Effects on Survival of Treatment Sequences for Recurrent Diseases abstract
9/17/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Moo Chung, PhD, Dept. of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, UW-Madison Surface Data Smoothing and Analysis in the Autistic Brain abstract
9/22/04 140 Bardeen Medical Laboratory Jerry Lawless, Ph.D.,
Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science,
University of Waterloo
Some Problems in Survival and Event History Analysis Arising
from Intermittent Follow-up of Individuals
abstract
9/24/04 5275 Medical Sciences Center Andrew Lawson, Ph.D.,
Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of South Carolina
Bayesian Alarm Functions and Health Surveillance abstract
10/06/04 140 Bardeen Medical Laboratory Scott Zeger, PhD,
Dept. of Biostatistics, Bloomberg School of Public Health,
The Johns Hopkins University
Smooth Quantile Ratio Eestimation (SQUARE); Method and
Application to Costs of Smoking-Caused Diseases
abstract
10/08/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Y.H. Joshua Chen, Ph.D.
Merck Research Laboratories
Treatment Comparisons for a Partially Categorical Outcome
Applied to a Biomarker with Assay Limit
abstract
10/11/04 1221 Computer Sciences Tom M. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Fredkin Professor of Computer Science,
Center for Automated Learning and Discovery,
Carnegie Mellon University
Using fMRI and Machine Learning to Study Cognitive Processes abstract
10/15/04 5235-5275 Medical Sciences Center Jonathan Taylor, PhD,
Dept. of Statistics, Stanford University
Deformation Based Morphometry, Roy's Maximum Root
and Recent Advances in Random Fields
abstract
10/22/04 1210 Medical Sciences Center Sunduz Keles, PhD,
Dept. of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, UW-Madison
Statistical Issues in the Analysis of ChIP-chip High Density Oligonucleotide Array Data abstract
11/05/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Ken Cheung, PhD,
Dept. of Biostatistics, Columbia University
Exact Two-Sample Inference with Missing Data abstract
11/12/04 1210 Medical Sciences Center Debashis Ghosh, PhD,
Department of Biostatistics
University of Michigan
Meta-Analysis of High-Throughput Genomic Data abstract
11/19/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Jee-Seon Kim, PhD,
Department of Educational Psychology,
University of Wisconsin
Omitted Variables in Multilevel Models abstract
12/03/04 1210 Medical Sciences Center Jesus Izaguirre, PhD,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Notre Dame
Inferring Protein-Protein Interactions from Protein
Domain Combinations
abstract
12/10/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Dennis Fryback, Ph.D.,
Department of Population Health Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Bayesian estimation of quality-adjusted life expectancy using
longitudinal observations from the Beaver Dam studies
abstract
12/17/04 G5/113 Clinical Sciences Center Dave Vanness, PhD,
Dept. of Population Health Sciences,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Using genomic data to optimize the choice of chemotherapy
regimen for metastatic colorectal cancer
abstract
Jan. 21, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Zhilong Yuan, Graduate Student, Dept. of Statistics, UW-Madison Quasi Continual Reassessment Method for Dose-escalation Studies Based on Toxicity Grades abstract
Feb. 4, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Limin Peng, Graduate Student, Dept. of Statistics, UW-Madison The Analysis of Semi-Competing Risks Data abstract
Feb. 9, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 140 Bardeen Niels Keiding, PhD, Department of Biostatistics, Institute of Public Health, University of Copenhagen Prevalent Cohorts abstract
Feb. 11, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Saunak Sen, PhD, Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, University of California-San Francisco
Quantitative Trait Mapping Study Designs from an Information Perspective abstract
Feb. 18, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 1221 Comp Sci Martha Pollack, PhD, Depts. of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Michigan
Intelligent Technology for an Aging Population: The Use of AI to Assist Elders with Cognitive Impairment abstract
Feb. 25, 2005 (Friday) 12-1 pm 3265 MSC Sudipto Bannerjee, PhD, Division of Statistics, University of Minnesota
Statistical Wombling: On the Assessment of Gradients and Boundaries Under
Spatial Process Models
abstract
Mar. 4, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Christina Kendziorski, PhD, Dept. of Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, UW-Madison    
Mar. 11, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Guilherme Rosa, PhD, Dept. of Animal Science and Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Michagan State University Reassessing design and analysis of two-colour microarray
experiments using mixed effects models.
abstract
March 14, 2005
(Monday)
2:30pm
1441 Genetics/Biotech
Center
Pengyu Hong, Department of Statistics, Harvard University A Boosting Approach for Constructing TF-DNA Binding Classifiers. abstract
March 16, 2005
(Wednesday)
12-1pm
1441 Genetics/Biotech
Center
Michael Brudno, EECS Dept., University of California, Berkeley Alignment of Whole Genomes: Algorithms and Tools abstract
April 1, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Jing Qin, PhD, National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease A semi-parametric two-component ``compound" mixture model and its application to estimating malaria attributable fractions. abstract
April 6, 2005
(Wednesday)
140 Bardeen

Donald Berry, M.D., Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas

What Does a Bayesian Approach Offer in Clinical Research? abstract
April 6, 2005
(Wednesday)
12-1pm
1441 Genetics/Biotech
Center
Ronojoy Ghosh, Stanford University, Computational Systems Biology Cluster Hire Candidate Modeling and Symbolic Analysis of Protein Signaling Networks Using Hybird Automata abstract
April 13, 2005
(Wednesday)
140 Bardeen Bradley P. Carlin, University of Minnesota Bayesian Spatial Boundary Analysis for Areal Health Outcome Data abstract
April 15, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Lance Waller, PhD, Dept. of Biostatistics, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University Clusters and Clustering in Spatial Point Patterns: Applications Involving Sea Turtle Nesting and Epidermal Nerve Fibers abstract
April 22, 2005
(Friday)
12-1 pm 3265 MSC Rebecka Jornsten, PhD, Dept. of Statistics, Rutgers University
Statistical Analysis of Dendritic Branching in Hippocampal Neurons
abstract
April 25, 2005
(Monday)
1:30 pm - 2:30pm
3265 MSC
Kurt A. Olson, Principal Biostatistician, Amgen, Inc. Role of Statisticians in Biopharmaceutical Research and Drug Development abstract
April 27, 2005
(Wednesday)
4-5 pm
140 Bardeen
Jose Pinheiro, Novartis Pharmaceuticals Multiple Comparisons and Modeling in Dose Finding: A Unified Approach abstract
April 29, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Steve Stanhope Biostatistics Training Seminar #1
Microarray simulation and clustering accuracy
abstract
April 29, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
John Carew Biostatistics Training Seminar #1
Automatic classification of high angular resolution diffusion
imaging data
abstract
April 29, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Hyuna Yang Biostatistics Training Seminar #1
On model-based clustering of genomic aberrations in cancer
abstract
May 7, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Tim Grant Biostatistics Training Seminar #2
Simulation of Action Potentials in Demyelinated Axons
abstract
May 7, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Nivedita Nadkarni Biostatistics Training Seminar #2
Model selection procedures
abstract
May 7, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Xiaodan Wei Biostatistics Training Seminar #2
A test for equivalence with a mixed multiplicative/additive null hypothesis
abstract
May 7, 2005
(Friday)
12-1pm
3265 MSC
Pei Fen Kuan Biostatistics Training Seminar #2
A review of Lander-Green Algorithm in Linkage Analysis
abstract

 

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