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Saonli Basu; Division of Biostatistics, University of Minnesota
Detection of set-based gene-environment interaction in families
Located in Events / 2016 Seminars & Colloquia
Cedric Neumann, South Dakota State University
A kernel-based method for the inference of the source of objects characterized by very high dimension data.
Located in Events / 2016 Seminars & Colloquia
Ming Wang, Department of Public Health Sciences
Addressing issues associated with evaluating prediction models for survival endpoints based on the concordance statistic
Located in Events / 2016 Seminars & Colloquia
Amy Willis, Cornell University
Confidence sets for phylogenetic trees
Located in Events / 2016 Seminars & Colloquia
Jonathan Terhorst, UC Berkeley
Robust and scalable inference of population history and selection from hundreds of whole genomes
Located in Events / 2016 Seminars & Colloquia
Annie Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Individualized Multilayer Tensor Learning with An Application in Imaging Analysis
Located in Events / 2017 Seminars & Colloquia
Penn State center to examine sports in society
Leveraging dozens of faculty with an academic and research interest in sports, Penn State on Nov. 14 announced the creation of the Center for the Study of Sports in Society.
Located in News
Parasitic Plants may form weapons out of genes stolen from hosts
Sneaky parasitic weeds may be able to steal genes from the plants they are attacking and then use those genes against the host plant, according to a team of scientists.
Located in News
Bruce Turnbull, Cornell University
Sequential Statistics and Clinical Trials — from Biblical Times to Modern Day Adaptive Designs
Located in Events / 2017 Seminars & Colloquia
Toh Kim-Chuan
Highly Efficient Semismooth Newton Augmented Lagrangian Methods for Solving Lasso-type Problems
Located in Events / 2017 Seminars & Colloquia