Colloquia Spring 2012

Spring 2012 

Information about past colloquia is available here.

Date
Speaker
Title
Wed, Jan 18 Tirthankar Dasgupta;
Harvard
Causal inference from 2-level factorial designs
Wed, Jan 25 Andrea Foulkes;
UMass Amherst
Mixed effects Modeling of Meta-Analysis P-values (MixMAP) for gene association studies
Fri, Feb 10 2:00 PM Yulei He;
Harvard Medical School
On the accuracy of classifying hospitals on their performance measures
Wed, Feb 15 Natallia Katenka;
Boston University
Inference and characterization of multi-attribute networks with application to computational biology and beyond
Fri, Feb 17 2:00 PM Linglong Kong;
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Varying coefficient models for neuroimaging data
Wed, Feb 22 Juhee Lee;
Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
A nonparametric Bayesian model for local clustering
Fri, Feb 24 Elizabeth D. Schifano;
Harvard School of Public Health
Methods for variable selection in high-dimensional genomic studies
Wed, Feb 29 Hongxiao Zhu;
Duke
Bayesian graphical models for multivariate functional data
Fri, Mar 02 2:00 PM Xiaojing Wang ;
Duke
Bayesian Analysis of Dynamic Item Response Models
Wed, Mar 07 Veera Baladandayuthapani;
Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
Bayesian sparse graphical models and their applications
Wed, Mar 21 Peter Willett;
UConn, EE.
Label-Free Estimation and Tracking
Wed, Apr 04 Jane Harvill;
Baylor
SEMIPARAMETRIC FORECASTING OF NONLINEAR TEMPORAL PROCESSES
Mon, Apr 09 11:00 AM Sastry G. Pantula;
NSF-DMS
Opportunities in Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at NSF
Wed, Apr 11 Haley Hedlin;
UMass Amherst
Joint UMass-UConn Colloquium: Statistical methods for estimating temporal associations from electrocorticographic (ECoG) data
Wed, Apr 18 Ryung S. Kim;
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Analysis of Nested Case-Control Study Designs: Weighted Partial Likelihood
Wed, Apr 25 Min-ge Xie;
Rutgers
Confidence Distribution, the Frequentist Distribution Estimator of a Parameter, and a General Framework for Combining Information