Keyword Search
Keyword=evolution


The views expressed here are those of the individual authors
and not necessarily those of the ASA or its board, officers, or staff.


Back to main JSM 2002 Program page

Add To My Program  /  View My Program  /  View My Program (condensed)  /  What is My Program?


Meeting rooms are either assigned at:   Hilton New York = "H" or Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers = "S"
Click on Activity Number to view room assignments.


  300385  By:  Robert  Weiss 3:05 PM 08/11/2002
Are You My Mother? Identification of Recombinant HIV Sequences Using a Bayesian Phylogenetic Multiple Break Point Model

  300743  By:  Miguel A. AriƱo 2:50 PM 08/14/2002
Impact of Economic Cycles on the Evolution of an Industry

  300226  By:  Bernie  Devlin 2:55 PM 08/11/2002
Discovering the Origins of Addiction by Haplotype Analysis

  300193  By:  Von B. Yap 8:35 AM 08/13/2002
Modeling Molecular Substitution

  301858  By:  Steve C. Wang 9:50 AM 08/14/2002
The Analysis of Skewness and Evolutionary Trends

JSM 2002

For information, contact meetings@amstat.org or phone (703) 684-1221.

If you have questions about the Continuing Education program, please contact the Education Department.

Revised March 2002