2021 JSM Sessions and Presentations

Dr. TingFang Lee (Postdoctoral Fellow) organized a topic contributed session that was accepted through a competitive process at the American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) in August 2021. This symposium was titled “Evaluating Causal Effects Using Incomplete Data with Interference in Public Health Research” and brought together leading researchers in this area, including Drs. Costanza Tortù, Imke Mayer, TingFang Lee, and Junhan Fang. Dr. Samrachana Adhikari from the New York School of Medicine served as the Discussant.

Dr. Lee presented work on evaluating the impact of missing data when assessing dissemination titled “Evaluating Disseminated Effects of Incomplete Data in Network-Based Studies for Public Health”.

Hilary Aroke also presented “Novel Application of a Multistate Model to Investigate the Opioid Use Disorder Care Cascase in Rhode Island” at JSM 2021. This presentation was as a part of the session “Innovative Methods for Predicting Public Health Outcomes and Informing Policy” which was organized by Dr. Ashley Buchanan.