Session Time: Monday, 10:30 - 12:20
Estimated Audience Size: 200
A/V Request: Not sure
Session Title: Issues Arising in the Use of Epidemiologic Studies as Evidence in Legal and Regulatory Decision-Making
Theme Session: YES Applied Session: Yes
Organizer: D'Agostino Jr., Ralph
Organizer: Gastwirth, Joseph L.
Session Timing: Opening Remarks by Chair - 5 or 0 minutes First Speaker - 30 minutes (or 25) Second Speaker - 30 minutes Third Speaker - 30 minutes Discussant - 10 minutes (or none) Floor Discusion - 10 minutes (or 5 or 15)
Chair: Reynolds, Gladys H.
1. Casual Inference in Legal Context Loue, Sana
2. What Does It Mean To Estimate The Causal Effects Of Smoking Rubin, Donald B.
3. Some Suggestions for Reconciling the Values of Statistical Science With the Goals and Needs of the Legal and Regulatory Processes Gastwirth, Joseph L.
4. The Impact of Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals on the Admissibility of Statistical-Influential Evidence of Causation. Green, Michael
List of speakers who are nonmembers: Michael Green