joint modeling of survival and longitudinal data

A caveat regarding the external validity analysis is that there may have been some participant overlap among studies. Prediction of manifest Huntington’s disease with clinical and imaging measures: a prospective observational study. Li K, Furr-Stimming E, Paulsen JS, Luo S. Dynamic prediction of motor diagnosis in Huntington’s disease using a joint modeling approach. 2015;12:1664–72. %���� Despite the added complexity, predicted values from the JM are preferable because they are likely to be more precise for an individual. 2010;21:128–38. Enroll-HD and REGISTRY data are available from the Enroll-HD website for researchers,https://www.enroll-hd.org/for-researchers/. Rizopoulos D, Taylor JM, Van Rosmalen J, Steyerberg EW, Takkenberg JJ. 2011;156:751–63. ComputationalStatisticsandDataAnalysis91(2015)40–50. Neurology. 2012;78:690–5. The results show that the external validity performance of the JM was relatively strong, in the respect that the time-dependent AUC values in the test data were high by traditional standards. [43], which can be computed using the \( \mathtt{prederrJM}\left(\right) \) function of \( \mathtt{JMbayes} \)[30]. Arch Neurol. Geisser S. Predictive inference: an introduction. In terms of model selection, AUC may not be a desirable index. It was of interest to examine whether a parameter could be 0 based on its posterior distribution. %PDF-1.5 Long JD, Langbehn DR, Tabrizi SJ, Landwehrmeyer BG, Paulsen JS, Warner J, et al. The Creative Commons Public Domain Dedication waiver (http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) applies to the data made available in this article, unless otherwise stated. Jointlatentclassmodelofsurvivalandlongitudinaldata: … Genetic modification of Huntington disease acts early in the prediagnosis phase. This study explores application of Bayesian joint modeling of HIV/AIDS data obtained from Bale Robe General Hospital, Ethiopia. Zhang D, Chen MH, Ibrahim JG, Boye ME, Shen W. Bayesian model assessment in joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data with applications to. Assessment of external validity for the JM focused on how well the model estimated in one study (the training dataset) was able to discriminate among diagnosed and pre-diagnosed participants in the other studies (the test datasets). Front Aging Neurosci. First, the assumption that the random effects are normally distributed in those at risk at each event time is probably unreasonable. The advantage of the linear predictor risk score is that it is easily computed, given that a new or existing participant has measured values for the variables in the equation. 2017;6:127–37. Available from: https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=joineRML. Pencina MJ, Larson MG, D’Agostino RB. Unified Huntington’s Disease Rating Scale. In the JM context, a Brier-type measure for a time window has been proposed by Henderson et al. Rizopoulos D. Joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data. The estimates for CAG expansion were positive among all the studies, indicating that larger lengths were associated with greater hazard of motor diagnosis. The result is a staggering of individual survival curves with various start ages and rates of change. External validation of multivariable prediction models: a systematic review of methodological conduct and reporting. 2004;23:3803–20. ��s����B_Y���D�h������%�[�lL���(}��nV&�����0IT/���L�,J� �|C���/�7 �m�&��������� l����i�>���v� M E ȫsp@� Ȍ �_��z’U?�2�$��1. 2016;4:212–24. Am J Hum Genet. Therneau TM, Grambsch PM. We also note that the censored participants who were young tended to be “on time” for diagnosis in the sense that they had low model-predicted risk and did not covert to a diagnosis. Tabrizi SJ, Langbehn DR, Leavitt BR, et al. For our analysis the method was to use the mean posterior fixed effects and the mean posterior random effects from the LMM submodel. The smooth curves in the top panels of Figure 3 show the predicted longitudinal covariate values for one participant in the analysis. Q�H�-��-��������{��~s�ϋ�� �N�o�Z&~��a����i�ı� �&�H�T!�?�p�dzL�n�����R�i��/�p&���?�(~p�|Ҕl����#C9jP�UK�\��D+���S���K��YW�5J�=V�>�u�ߐ�H�g`'�rX��8aɊ��=!�[��"���zX���zR�̧�R�ҏH�Q����f���^8�fi�m�7��Μ([����O�?S�If�_���"������H���xwn��M��v8d� �M 8�s��������XoY�+���R���,�V%n���v D���u@�}X��v�T=�|��L�\�Fc� ��� 9ٷc��;������B�܇7��3�X��� Choice of time-scale in cox’s model analysis of epidemiologic cohort data: a simulation study. We agree with the argument made by other researchers that age is the natural metric for longitudinal observational studies [59,60,61], including the HD studies considered here. It is not surprising that such predictions can be quite inaccurate at the individual level [56]. We also acknowledge the support of the National Institute for Health Research University College London Hospitals Biomedical Research Centre and the Manchester Biomedical Research Centre. Thiebaut A, Benichou J. For the longitudinal responses the linear mixed effects model represented by the lmeObject is assumed. AUC is defined as the probability of concordance, and the AUC estimator of \( \mathtt{aucJM}\left(\right) \) accounts for both concordance and censoring. External validation of a cox prognostic model principles and methods. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-018-0592-9, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-018-0592-9. 2011;30:1366–80. The most common form of joint model assumes that the association between the survival and the longitudinal processes is underlined by shared random effects. Paulsen JS, Langbehn DR, Stout JC, Aylward E, Ross CA, Nance M, et al. 2014;23:74–90. Mov Disord. 2018;103:349–57. A complication of moving from a traditional proportional hazards model to a JM is that predicted scores are not simple to produce. (2004). Details Function jointModel fits joint models for longitudinal and survival data (more detailed information about the formulation of these models can be found in Rizopoulos (2010)). The diagnosed participants who were relatively old tended to also be “on time”. Challenges assessing clinical endpoints in early Huntington disease. For each window, the estimates of one study (based on the posterior predictive distributions) were used for discrimination in the remaining studies. Identification and efficacy of longitudinal markers for survival. This paper is devoted to the R package JSM which performs joint statistical modeling of survival and longitudinal data. This type of modelling is usually characterised by two submodels, one longitudinal (e.g., mixed-effects model) and one survival (e.g., Cox model), which are connected by some common term. If the covariate is predictive of survival, patients whose covariate trajectories have the steepest 2014;29:311–9. 2017;26:121–33. In the past two decades, joint models of longitudinal and survival data have receivedmuch attention in the literature. Barnett IJ, Lee S, Lin X. Detecting rare variant effects using extreme phenotype sampling in sequencing association studies. Conversely, the oldest censored participants at the lower right were late to be diagnosed because they had relatively high risk but did not convert to a diagnosis in the observed time period. 2002;3:33–50. Joint analysis of longitudinal and survival data has received increasing attention in the recent years, especially for AIDS. In many clinical trials, studying neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson’s disease (PD), multiple longitudinal outcomes are collected in order to fully explore the multidimensional impairme... Joint modeling of multivariate longitudinal measurements and survival data with applications to Parkinson’s disease - Bo He, Sheng Luo, 2016. For example, based on the LMM submodel in Equation 2, the predicted TMS values (k = 1) for the ith participant were computed as. Paulsen J, Long J, Ross C, Harrington D, Erwin C, Williams J, et al. 2009;8:791–801. In these cases, separateinferences based on the longitudinal model and the survival model may lead to bi… (2003). 2016;73:102–10. A common objective in longitudinal studies is to characterize the relationship between a longitudinal response process and a time-to-event. Joint models for longitudinal and survival data have gained a lot of attention in recent years, with the development of myriad extensions to the basic model, including those which allow for multivariate longitudinal data, competing risks and recurrent events. Because HD has a relatively slow progression, 5-year and 10-year windows were considered. Modeling survival data: extending the cox model. 2014;13:1193–201. The result is greater individual-level prediction accuracy [6]. h(t|xH(t)) = ex(t)βh 0(t) – The longitudinal and survival components are associated The mean 5-year AUC = .83 (range .77–.90), and the mean 10-year AUC = .86 (range .82–.92). Cookies policy. Steyerberg EW, Vickers AJ, Cook NR, Gerds T, Gonen M, Obuchowski N, et al. Abstract. The second model is for longitudinal data, which are assumed to follow a random effects model. Time-dependent AUC constrains who can be analyzed because individuals must have longitudinal data preceding v. In order to include a wide variety of participants, three windows were considered with start ages of v = 30,40,50. Biostatistics. Predictions from joint models have greater accuracy because they are tailored to account for individual variability. Long JD, Paulsen JS, Marder K, Zhang Y, Kim J, Mills JA. The survival model is assumed to come from a class of transformation models, including the Cox proportional hazards model and the proportional odds model as special cases. In this situation the survival curves of two participants can cross, meaning the ordering based on survival probabilities can change depending on the window of evaluation, which can result in an ambiguous interpretation. 2002;64:583–639. Paulsen JS, Hayden M, Stout JC, Langbehn DR, Aylward E, Ross CA, et al. JDL: planning, analysis, manuscript writing and editing. 2010;15:2595–603. Motor, cognitive, and functional declines contribute to a single progressive factor in early HD. External validity performance was evaluated with the time-dependent AUC because discrimination among diagnosed and pre-diagnosed individuals is especially meaningful in HD research, and AUC reflects a metric familiar to clinical researchers [25]. Biometrika. Google ScholarÂ. 2014;6:1–11. Joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data have become a valuable tool in the analysis of follow-up data. PREDICT-HD data is available from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) database of Genotypes and Phenotypes (dbGaP), https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/gap/cgi-bin/study.cgi?study_id=phs000222.v5.p2, Accession Number: phs000222.v5.p2. The most common AUC measure in proportional hazards survival analysis is Harrell’s C [36], which is the probability that a participant who is diagnosed at an older age also has a higher predicted survival probability than a second participant who is diagnosed at a younger age. There is no such equivalence in the JM context due to the greater complexity introduced by the random effects. Clinical and biomarker changes in premanifest Huntington disease show trial feasibility a decade of the PREDICT-HD study. 2016;17:149–64. Part of The CIs for Enroll-HD and REGISTRY contained 0, but the CIs for the other two studies did not. Biom J. London: Chapman; Hall. JAMA Neurology. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and. For the censored participants, the deviance residuals were very close to 0 for the younger ages, but became increasingly more negative with age, meaning older participants did not convert to a diagnosis even as their risk to do so increased. Rizopoulos D. The R package JMbayes for fitting joint models for longitudinal and time-to-event data using mcmc. Joint modeling of multivariate longitudinal data and survival data in several observational studies of Huntington’s disease. D’Agostino R, Vasan R, Pencina M, Wolf P, Cobain M, Massaro J, et al. Such indexing might be important for timing the administration of interventions or identifying appropriate participants for clinical trials. /Filter /FlateDecode We thank the REGISTRY participants and families, CHDI, European Huntington’s Disease Network (EHDN), and the REGISTRY investigators of EHDN. Mov Disord. 2006;63:883–90. However, it is possible that not all the participants that transitioned had an ID that allowed for their identification. Semiparametric joint modeling of survival and longitudinal data: The R package JSM. Proportional hazards regression in epidemiologic follow-up studies: an intuitive consideration of primary time scale. Huntington Study Group. The relatively strong external validation performance of the JM considered in this study does not suggest the model is optimal. Cologne J, Hsu WL, Abbott RD, Ohishi W, Grant EJ, Fujiwara S, et al. 9.15 10.15 Joint models of longitudinal and survival data 10.15 11.00 Practical 3 11.00 11.30 Tea/ Coffee 11.30 12.30 Practical 3 continued 12.30 13.30 Lunch 13.30 14.30 Alternative association structures and prediction 14.30 15.30 Practical 4 15.30 16.00 Wrap -up session - further topics Stat Med. 63 0 obj Deviance residual by age, CAG expansion, and event status. Spiegelhalter DJ, Best NG, Carlin BP, Van Der LA. Predictions from joint models can have greater accuracy because they are tailored to account for individual variability. Joint models of longitudinal and survival outcomes have gained much popularity in recent years, both in applications and in methodological development. All authors have read and approved the manuscript. $$, Joint modeling (JM) - survival analysis - linear mixed modeling (LMM) - external validation - proportional hazards model - Huntington’s disease (HD), https://CRAN.R-project.org/package=joineRML, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0091249, https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/projects/gap/cgi-bin/study.cgi?study_id=phs000222.v5.p2, https://www.enroll-hd.org/for-researchers/, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/, http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/, https://doi.org/10.1186/s12874-018-0592-9. Zhang Y, Long JD, Mills JA, Warner JH, Lu W, Paulsen JS. It is unclear if a JM having CAG expansion and only one or the other of the longitudinal covariates would perform similar to the multivariate JM considered here. Time-dependent AUC addresses the above issue by aligning individuals to a common start age and compares individuals in reference to a fixed age window. In clinical practice, the data collected will often be more complex, featuring multiple longitudinal outcomes and/or multiple, recurrent or competing event times. Mov Disord. New York. This function applies a maximum likelihood approach to fit the semiparametric joint models of survival and normal longitudinal data. BMC Med Res Methodol 18, 138 (2018). The JM for the combined data that served as the basis for the predicted scores took approximately 3 h to run on a PC laptop with an Intel Core i7 processor. Jeffrey D. Long receives funding from CHDI Inc., Michael J. 2017;32:256–63. Joint modeling of longitudinal and time-to-event data has emerged as a novel approach to handle these issues. Epidemiology. Within each latent class, a joint model of longitudinal and survival data with shared random effects is adopted. Validation of a prognostic index for Huntington’s disease. The difference between current age and predicted age of onset can be used to identify individuals who might be appropriate for clinical trials of such treatments. 2005;24:3927–44. The survey found a mean AUC = 0.78 among studies, with 1st quartile AUC = 0.69 and 3rd quartile AUC = 0.88. Genetic modifiers of Huntington’s disease. There could be alternative models with similar or better performance. Joint modeling is an improvement over traditional survival modeling because it considers all the longitudinal observations of covariates that are predictive of an event. Results for 5-year and 10-year age windows are shown for each study on which the model was trained (the other studies provided the test data). Thus, all the gene-expanded individuals of a study can be characterized in terms of their predicted progression, whether they have reached motor diagnosis or not. 2013;12:637–49. Gusella JF, MacDonald ME. Tabrizi SJ, Scahill RI, Owen G, Durr A, Leavitt BR, Roos RA, et al. PubMed Google Scholar. Klein JP, Moeschberger ML. Two people of the subgroup with different ages of diagnosis will have different survival probabilities, with the older diagnosed having the higher survival probability (lower probability of diagnosis). In fact, such a risk score formula for HD motor diagnosis has been developed [21]. Motor diagnosis indicates a major progression event and it is important in determining eligibility for clinical trials. One indication of the usefulness of a model developed in a single sample is the extent to which the model is transportable to other data, or the extent to which we can validly apply the model to external data [34]. Tracking motor impairments in the progression of Huntington’s disease. An alternative approach is to evaluate predictive performance using a calibration measure that quantifies the agreement between observed outcomes and model-based predictions [41]. We note that the AUC and Brier-like measures of the \( \mathtt{JMbayes} \) package are Bayesian in nature because they use survival probabilities estimated from the appropriate predictive posterior distributions. The phenotypic extremes are often based on residuals from a prediction model that includes risk factors. Research into joint modelling methods has grown substantially over recent years. Tabrizi S, Scahill R, Durr A, Roos R, Leavitt B, Jones R, et al. J Am Med Assoc. Am J Epidemiol. 2012;31:1543–53. 2004;159:882–90. In many studies, there could also exist heterogeneous subgroups. Lee S, Abecasis GR, Boehnke M, Lin X. Rare-variant association analysis: study design and statistical tests. Estimated regression coefficients of the survival submodel are shown in Table 2, along with the posterior SDs (in parentheses) and the 95% CI bounds (in brackets). Schork NJ. Stat Med. BMC Med Res Methodol. Therneau TM, Grambsch PM, Fleming TR. The most common form of joint model assumes that the association between the survival and the longitudinal processes is … Statistics in Medicine. J Stat Softw. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2012. We highlight that the MCMC algorithm generates a multivariate posterior random effects distribution for each participant, so that the means of the posterior random effects are specific to an individual (though the fixed effects are not). Residuals are typically used to examine (in)consistency with statistical assumptions, but in the present context they have an alternative use for HD research. Wu YC, Lee WC. Additional tools for Bayesian model selection include the deviance information criterion (DIC) [47], the conditional predictive ordinate [48], and the log pseudo-marginal likelihood (LPML) [49]. In this paper, we propose a joint modeling procedure to analyze both the survival and longitudinal data in cases when Biological and clinical manifestations of Huntington’s disease in the longitudinal TRACK-HD study cross-sectional analysis of baseline data. The closer a residual is to 0, the greater the agreement between the observed event status (diagnosis or censoring) and the model-based risk. Biological and clinical changes in premanifest and early stage Huntington’s disease in the TRACK-HD study the 12-month longitudinal analysis. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. New York: Springer; 2015. As a result, computationally intensive numerical integration techniques such as adaptive Gauss–Hermite quadrature are required to evaluate the likelihood. In biomedical studies it has been increasingly common to collect both baseline and longitudinal covariates along with a possibly censored survival time. Henderson T, Diggle P, Dobson A. Furthermore, joint modeling with cure rate survival models is reviewed in Yu et al. Tutorial I: Motivation for Joint Modeling & Joint Models for Longitudinal and Survival Data Dimitris Rizopoulos Department of Biostatistics, Erasmus University Medical Center d.rizopoulos@erasmusmc.nl Joint Modeling and Beyond Meeting and Tutorials on Joint Modeling With Survival, Longitudinal, and Missing Data April 14, 2016, Diepenbeek �Z'�+��u�>~�P�-}~�{|4R�S���.Q��V��?o圡��&2S�Sj?���^E����ߟ��J]�)9�蔨�6c[�Nʢ��:z�M��1�%p��E�f:�yR��EAu����p�1"lsj�n��:��~��U�����O�6�s�֨�j�2)�vHt�l�"Z� 1982;247:2543–6. 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