This is the program for the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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Sunday, 08/01/2010
Using the Estimating Function Bootstrap to Obtain Adjusted p-Values for Quantitative Trait Mapping
Theodore Lystig, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
2:20 PM

Multiple Testing Correction Method in Genetic Association Studies with Related Individuals
Zuoheng Wang, Yale University
2:35 PM

Overcoming Adverse Effects of Correlations in Microarray Data Analysis
Linlin Chen, Rochester Institute of Technology; Alexander Gordon, University of North Carolina Charlotte; Galina Glazko, University of Rochester
4:35 PM

Monday, 08/02/2010
Estimating the Number of Null Hypotheses in Multiple Testing
Vasyl Pihur, ASA
11:35 AM

Tuesday, 08/03/2010
A Bias-Corrected Method for Estimating the Proportion of True Null Hypotheses
Dexiang Gao, The Children's Hospital - Denver; Tiejun Tong, University of Colorado, Boulder

Performance of Different Filtering Methods When Testing for Differential Expression in Microarray Data
Soledad Fernandez, The Ohio State University; Parul Gulati, The Ohio State University; David Jarjoura, The Ohio State University; Lianbo Yu, The Ohio State University; Michael Pennell, The Ohio State University

A Graphical Approach to Multiple Test Procedures for Adaptive Phase II/III Clinical Trials
Martin Posch, Medical University of Vienna
9:25 AM

Adaptive Designs with Sensitive Subgroup Selection
Yan Daniel Zhao, Eli Lilly and Company; Alex Dmitrienko, Eli Lilly and Company
11:15 AM

Bayes Multiple Decision Functions
Wensong Wu, University of South Carolina; Edsel A. Pena, University of South Carolina
11:50 AM

Multiple Testing Problems with General Logical Restrictions in Clinical Trials
Alex Dmitrienko, Eli Lilly and Company; Ajit C. Tamhane, Northwestern University
2:20 PM

Linear Mixed Model Selection for False Discovery Rate Control in Microarray Data Analysis
Cumhur Yusuf Demirkale, University of Florida; Dan Nettleton, Iowa State University; Tapabrata Maiti, Michigan State University
2:55 PM

A Gatekeeping Multiple Comparison Procedure Based on the Hommel Test for Clinical Trials with Hierarchically Ordered Objectives
Thomas Brechenmacher, Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Co., Ltd.; Jane Xu, Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma America, Inc.; Alex Dmitrienko, Eli Lilly and Company; Ajit C. Tamhane, Northwestern University
3:05 PM

Wednesday, 08/04/2010
Multiple Decision Functions and High-Dimensional Failure Time Data
Edsel A. Pena, University of South Carolina; Joshua D. Habiger, National Agricultural Statistics Service/National Institute of Statistical Sciences; Wensong Wu, University of South Carolina
9:55 AM

Properties of the Double Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test
Leah Jager, United States Naval Academy
11:50 AM

Thursday, 08/05/2010
Voxelwise Analysis of Imaging Response to Therapy in Neurooncology
Mengye Guo, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Jeffrey Yap, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Annick D. Van den Abbeele, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Nancy U. Lin, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Armin Schwartzman, Harvard School of Public Health
8:35 AM

Inference with Transposable Data: Modeling the Effects of Row and Column Correlations
Genevera I. Allen, Stanford University; Rob Tibshirani, Stanford University
9:15 AM

P-Values or Prediction Errors: What Is the Name of the Game in Genomics?
Rafal Kustra, University of Toronto
9:35 AM

A Nonparametric Approach to Multiple Testing
Dr.Nasrine Bendjilali, University of California, San Francisco; Dr.Wei-Min Huang, Lehigh University
10:05 AM

Permutation-Based Yet Computationally Parsimonious FDR Point and Confidence Interval Estimators
Joshua Millstein, Sage Bionetworks; Dmitri Volfson, iPierian; John R. Lamb, Pfizer Inc.; Hongyue Dai, Merck & Co., Inc.; Stephen H. Friend, Sage Bionetworks; Eric E. Schadt, Pacific Biosciences; Jonas Bergh, Karolinska Institute
11:05 AM

A False Important Discovery Approach to Testing Large Non-Null Effects
Wenguang Sun, North Carolina State University; Alexander McLain, National Institutes of Health
11:25 AM

Variations of and Types of Statistical Control for Multiplicity in Clinical Trials: The Academic Perspective
Joseph Massaro, Boston University; Ralph B. D'Agostino, Sr., Boston University
11:25 AM

Adaptive Multiple Testing Procedures Controlling the Familywise Error Rate
Sanat K. Sarkar, Temple University
11:50 AM

Optimal Sparse Segment Identification with Application in Copy Number Variation Analysis
Jessie Jeng, University of Pennsylvania; Tony Cai, University of Pennsylvania; Hongzhe Li, University of Pennsylvania
11:55 AM

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