Dr. Christine Schubert Kabban, Professor of Statistics

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Conferences Invited

  • 2001 Invited speaker Statistics in Research:  Overview of working within the designs of a longitudinal study and applications to future research. Dayton Chapter of the American Statistical Association. Dayton, OH, November 13, 2001.
  • 2008 Invited speaker NIH Pediatric Metabolic Syndrome Working Group (PMSWG), sponsored by the NIH National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), with co-sponsorship from the NIDDK, NHLBI, and the NIH Office of Rare Diseases, January 31st-Feb 1st 2008. Title “Finding Risk Thresholds for Components of the Metabolic Syndrome in Children and Adolescents:  Combined analysis of Fels, Princeton-LRC, Bogalusa, and Muscatine Study data”
  • 2008 Invited speaker American Statistical Association Joint Statistical Meeting, Session:  Statistical Analysis of Childhood Precursors of Adult Disease, JSM August 2008.   Title “Analytic Approaches: Epidemiological, Statistical and Genetic”.
  • 2011 Invited speaker Wright State University Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium. April 8th.  Title “The ROC Manifold for Classification Performance”
  • 2011 guest lecture on structural equation modeling. AFIT course LOGM 601: Principles and Methods of Research. 25 Aug. Title “Structural Equation Modeling: An Overview”.
  • 2013 Invited speaker Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Biostatistics Colloquium March 15th.  Title “Extending ROC Curves for Multiple Responses: Manifolds and Optimal Points”.
  • 2013 Invited speaker Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL/RXCA Colloquium March 20th.  Title “Extending ROC Curves for Multiple Responses: Manifolds and Optimal Points”.
  • 2015 Invited speaker Wright State University Department of Mathematics and Statistics Colloquium. Feb 27th. Title “Using Classification Trees to Optimize the Performance of Sequential Tests”.
  • 2017 Invited speaker  Characterization, Sensing and Analytics Research Team, AFRL/RX. Oct 31st. Title “Application of Design of Experiments to Reduce Required Sample Runs in Materials Experiments”
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