Colloquia Fall 2012

Fall 2012 

Information about past colloquia is available here.

Wed, Aug 29 Joseph Glaz,
Zhiyi Chi,
Vladimir Pozdnyakov,
Jun Yan;
Department of Statistics,
University of Connecticut
Graduate Student Orientation
Wed, Sep 05 Joseph Glaz,
Nalini Ravishanker,
Nitis Mukhopadhyay,
Dipak Dey,
Zhiyi Chi,
Sangwook Kang,
Jun Yan;
Department of Statistics, University of Connecticut
Faculty Presentations
Wed, Sep 12 Rick Vitale,
Elizabeth Schifano,
Ming-Hui Chen,
Lynn Kuo,
Xiaojing Wang,
Vladimir Pozdnyakov, Ofer Harel;
Department of Statistics,
University of Connecticut
Faculty Presentations
Wed, Sep 19 Laura A. Hatfield;
Harvard Medical School,
Department of Health Care Policy
Learning and information in Bayesian joint models for longitudinal and survival data
Wed, Sep 26 Chaitra H. Nagaraja;
Fordham Business Schools

Repeat Sales House Price Indices
Wed, Oct 03 Duncan Fong;
Marketing Department,
SMEAL College of Business at Penn State
A Heterogeneous Bayesian Regression Model for Cross-sectional Data Involving a Single Observation per Response Unit (Joint colloquium of the Statistics and Marketing departments)
Wed, Oct 10 Roee Gutman;
Department of Biostatistics and Center for Statistical Sciences,
Brown University
A Robust Outcome-Free Procedure for Interval Estimation of Causal Effects
Wed, Oct 17 @UMass Sangwook Kang;
Department of Statistics,
University of Connecticut
Group variable selection in cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation data for veterinary patients
Wed, Oct 24 Dean Follmann;
Biostatistics Research Branch,
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Estimating the burden of pertussis in Mexican adolescents from paired serological data using a bivariate mixture model
Wed, Oct 31 Pfizer Colloquium
Wed, Nov 14 Yufeng Wu;
Computer Science and Engineering,
University of Connecticut
Probability Computation Based On Coalescent Theory For Evolutionary Genomics Problems
Wed, Nov 28 Harrison Zhou;
Department of Statistics,
Yale University
High-Dimensional Covariance Structure Estimation
Wed, Dec 05 Tania B. Huedo-Medina;
Department of Allied Health Sciences,
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources,
University of Connecticut
Aggregated versus Individual Data Meta-Analysis: Statistical Approaches