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Student presenters at ENAR 2022

Posted by on Friday, March 25, 2022 in News.

Jiangmei Xiong, Kaidi Kang, Elizabeth Sigworth, Jamie Joseph, and Chiara Di Gravio headshots
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jiangmei Xiong, Kaidi Kang, Elizabeth A. Sigworth, Jamie Joseph, and Chiara Di Gravio

The hybrid ENAR 2022 Spring Meeting begins this Sunday, March 27. It’s one of the major conferences in our field, and we’re delighted to be represented not only by faculty and alumni participants (including professors Jonathan Schildcrout, Bryan Shepherd, Tom Stewart, and Simon Vandekar in invited sessions,  graduates Lucy D’Agostino McGowan and Sarah Lotspeich on the Regional Advisory Board, and other organizers and leaders), but also this year’s student contingent.

Monday, March 28

Session 22: 10:30–10:45 a.m.
Faster Estimation for Constrained Gamma Mixture Models Using Closed-form Estimators
Jiangmei Xiong

Session 45: 3:45–4:00 p.m.
Accurate Confidence Interval Estimation for Non-centrality Parameters and Effect Size Indices
Kaidi Kang

Session 47: 5:00–5:15 p.m.
Building a Dose Toxo-equivalence Model from a Bayesian Meta-analysis of Published Clinical Trials
Elizabeth A. Sigworth

Tuesday, March 29

Session 80: 4:30–4:45 p.m.
A Two-Stage Least Squares-Based Sensitivity Analysis Approach for Assessing the Role of Engagement with Text Message-Delivered Interventions
Jamie Joseph

Wednesday, March 30

Session 92: 9:00–9:15 a.m.
Efficient Design and Analysis of a Two-Phase Study with Longitudinal Binary Outcomes
Chiara Di Gravio


Congratulations to all!