Cookies policy. or screening marker American Journal of Epidemiology. ) as a TD variable, e.g. Since the discovery of the HD genetic mutation, there has been a search for additional genetic variants using genome-wide association studies (see e.g., [38]). Huntington Study Group PHAROS Investigators. A complication of moving from a traditional proportional hazards model to a JM is that predicted scores are not simple to produce. The number of years from a person’s current age to their predicted age of diagnosis offers an indication of the extent of progression, with a small difference representing relatively advanced progression and a large difference representing the converse. 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. Paulsen J, Long J, Ross C, Harrington D, Erwin C, Williams J, et al. For the prospectively diagnosed participants, the deviance residuals were farthest from 0 in the positive value direction for the younger ages, but decreased towards 0 with age (resulting in some residuals being negative). Of the four studies analyzed, Enroll-HD is the most recent and the only one currently active. Epidemiology. (2004). Choice of time-scale in cox’s model analysis of epidemiologic cohort data: a simulation study. American journal of medical genetics part B neuropsychiatric. Epidemiology. In terms of model selection, AUC may not be a desirable index. Nature. Am J Hum Genet. Alternative performance measures for prediction models. statement and 2005;31:703–6. Li K, Furr-Stimming E, Paulsen JS, Luo S. Dynamic prediction of motor diagnosis in Huntington’s disease using a joint modeling approach. Landwehrmeyer BG, Fitter-Attas C, Giuliano J, et al. Lee S, Abecasis GR, Boehnke M, Lin X. Rare-variant association analysis: study design and statistical tests. The deviance-like residual can be used in such a manner to potentially identify genetic modifiers of the timing of diagnosis. However, it is possible that not all the participants that transitioned had an ID that allowed for their identification. Fox Foundation, and the US National Institutes of Health. Furthermore, joint modeling with cure rate survival models is reviewed in Yu et al. Predicted age at diagnosis can be used to help characterize an individual’s disease state. The diagnosed participants who were relatively old tended to also be “on time”. Predictors of phenotypic progression and disease onset in premanifest and early-stage Huntington’s disease in the TRACK-HD study analysis of 36-month observational data. Jeffrey D. Long. Barnett IJ, Lee S, Lin X. Detecting rare variant effects using extreme phenotype sampling in sequencing association studies. We thank the staff at the PREDICT-HD sites, the study participants, the National Research Roster for Huntington Disease Patients and Families, the Huntington’s Disease Society of America, and the Huntington Study Group. 2010;15:2595–603. Demetrio (2001), whereas two-part models for longitudinal data have been proposed by Olsen and Schafer (2001) and Kowalski et al. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press; 2012. Bayesian measures of model complexity and fit (with discussion). 2011;35:236–46. In the past two decades, joint models of longitudinal and survival data have receivedmuch attention in the literature. 1996;11:136–42. 2018;103:349–57. Choice of time scale and its effect on significance of predictors in longitudinal studies. The indirect effect resulted from including CAG expansion in the longitudinal submodels, whereas the direct effect resulted from including CAG expansion in the survival submodel. A caveat regarding the external validity analysis is that there may have been some participant overlap among studies. Semiparametric joint modeling of survival and longitudinal data: The R package JSM. Data analytics from enroll-HD, a global clinical research platform for Huntington’s disease. 2014;23:74–90. European huntington’s disease network registry current status. Personalized screening intervals for biomarkers using joint models for longitudinal and survival data. To this end, we evaluated if 0 was in the CI for each effect. In clinical practice, the data collected will often be more complex, featuring multiple longitudinal outcomes and/or multiple, recurrent or competing event times. Joint models for longitudinal and survival data now have a long history of being used in clinical trials or other studies in which the goal is to assess a treatment effect while accounting for a longitudinal biomarker such as patient-reported outcomes or immune responses. Stat Med. Therneau TM, Grambsch PM. Future research might focus on several candidate models, and there are a number of measures that can be used for Bayesian model selection. James A. 2017;26:121–33. Biostatistics. \( {T}_i=\mathit{\min}\left({T}_i^{\ast },{C}_i\right) \), \( {\delta}_i=I\left({T}_i^{\ast}\le {C}_i\right) \), $$ {h}_i\left({t}^{\star}\right)={h}_0\left({t}^{\star}\right)\mathit{\exp}\left\{{\gamma}_1{\mathtt{CAP}}_i+{\gamma}_2{\mathtt{TMS}}_i+{\gamma}_3{\mathtt{SDMT}}_i\right\},\kern3.00em $$, \( {\mathtt{CAP}}_i={\mathtt{AGE}}_i\left({\mathtt{CAG}}_i-33.66\right) \), $$ {\displaystyle \begin{array}{rr}{y}_{i,k}(t)=& \left({\beta}_{0,k}+{b}_{0i,k}\right)+\left({\beta}_{1,k}+{b}_{1i,k}\right){f}_1\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right)+\left({\beta}_{2,k}+{b}_{2i,k}\right){f}_2\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right)\\ {}+& {\beta}_{3,k}{\mathtt{CAG}}_i+{\beta}_{4,k}{\mathtt{CAG}}_i{f}_1\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right)+{\beta}_{5,k}{\mathtt{CAG}}_i{f}_2\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right)+{\epsilon}_{i,k}(t),\kern2.00em \end{array}} $$, $$ {h}_i(t)={h}_0(t)\mathit{\exp}\left\{{\gamma}_1{\mathtt{CAG}}_i+{\alpha}_1{m}_{1i}^{\left(\mathtt{TMS}\right)}(t)+{\alpha}_2{m}_{2i}^{\left(\mathtt{SDMT}\right)}(t)\right\},\kern3.00em $$, \( {m}_{1i}^{\left(\mathtt{TMS}\right)}(t) \), \( {m}_{2i}^{\left(\mathtt{SDMT}\right)}(t) \), $$ p\left(\theta, b\right)\propto \frac{\prod_{i=1}^N{\prod}_{k=1}^{K=2}{\prod}_{j=1}^{n_{i,k}}p\left({y}_{ij,k}|{b}_{i,k},\theta \right)p\left({T}_i,{\delta}_i|{b}_{i,k},\theta \right)p\left({b}_{i,k}|\theta \right)p\left(\theta \right)}{S\left({T}_{0i}|\theta \right)},\kern2.00em $$, $$ {\displaystyle \begin{array}{rr}p\left({T}_i,{\delta}_i|{b}_{i,k},\theta \right)=& {\left[{h}_0\left({T}_i\right)\exp \left\{{\gamma}_1{\mathtt{CAG}}_i+{\alpha}_1{m}_{1i}^{\left(\mathtt{TMS}\right)}\left({T}_i\right)+{\alpha}_2{m}_{2i}^{\left(\mathtt{SDMT}\right)}\left({T}_i\right)\right\}\right]}^{\delta_i}\times \\ {}& \exp \left[-{\int}_0^{T_i}{h}_0(s)\exp \left\{{\gamma}_1{\mathtt{CAG}}_i+{\alpha}_1{m}_{1i}^{\left(\mathtt{TMS}\right)}(s)+{\alpha}_2{m}_{2i}^{\left(\mathtt{SDMT}\right)}(s)\right\} ds\right],\kern2.00em \end{array}} $$, \( {\hat{\varLambda}}_i\left(u|t\right) \), \( {\hat{\varLambda}}_i\left(u|t\right)=-\mathit{\log}\left({\hat{\pi}}_i\left(u|t\right)\right) \), \( {\hat{\varLambda}}_i\left(u|t\right)=1 \), \( {\hat{\varLambda}}_i\left(u|t\right)<1 \), \( {\hat{\varLambda}}_i\left(u|t\right)>1 \), \( \hat{\pi}\left(u|t\right)=\mathit{\exp}\left(-1\right)=.3679 \), \( {\hat{\pi}}_i\left(u|t\right)=.3679 \), $$ {d}_i\left({T}_i|t\right)=\mathit{\operatorname{sign}}\left[{r}_i\left({T}_i|t\right)\right]\times \sqrt{-2\left[{r}_i\left({T}_i|t\right)+{\delta}_i\mathit{\log}\left({\delta}_i-{r}_i\left({T}_i|t\right)\right)\right]}, $$, $$ {\hat{y}}_{i,1}(t)=\left({\hat{\beta}}_{0,1}+{\hat{b}}_{0i,1}\right)+\left({\hat{\beta}}_{1,1}+{\hat{b}}_{1i,1}\right){f}_1\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right)+\dots +{\hat{\beta}}_{5,1}{\mathtt{CAG}}_i{f}_2\left({\mathtt{AGE}}_i(t)\right). Research into joint modelling methods has grown substantially over recent years. 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. In the case of the traditional proportional hazards model, it is typical to use the estimated linear predictor as a risk score formula [55] (see the diagram at left in Figure 2). Klein JP, Moeschberger ML. It was of interest to examine whether a parameter could be 0 based on its posterior distribution. Several software packages are now also available for their implementation. Antolini L, Boracchi P. Biganzoli E. A time-dependent discrimination index for survival data. Ibrahim JG, Chen MH, Sinha D. Bayesian survival analysis. The AUC statistic is computed as the sum of the proportion of concordant pairs among the total number of comparable pairs and the weighted proportion of pairs that cannot be compared due to censoring [30, 32]. The ”joint modeling” of the longitudinal and survival parts is specified by (1) and (2). These predictions can provide relatively accurate characterizations of individual disease progression, which might be important for the timing of interventions, qualification for appropriate clinical trials, and additional genotypic analysis. Long JD, Lee JM, Aylward EH, Gillis T, Mysore JS, Abu EK, et al. The estimates for TMS were also positive, and none of the CIs contained 0, except for Track-HD. Joint modeling of longitudinal health-related quality of life data and survival Part of the survival benefit of treatment with RT plus PCV chemotherapy can be masked by the negative effect that this treatment has on patients' HRQoL. h(t|xH(t)) = ex(t)βh 0(t) – The longitudinal and survival components are associated Despite the added complexity, predicted values from the JM are preferable because they are likely to be more precise for an individual. Henderson T, Diggle P, Dobson A. Stat Med. Such indexing might be important for timing the administration of interventions or identifying appropriate participants for clinical trials. Comparing genetic information among the extremes of the residual distribution might help account for variability in the timing of motor diagnosis. Biostatistics. 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. Recent extensions of the DIC and LPML allow for separate model selection among the survival and longitudinal submodels [50]. Joint models are an improvement over traditional survival models because they consider all the longitudinal observations of covariates that are predictive of the event of interest. © 2021 BioMed Central Ltd unless otherwise stated. Lancet Neurol. J Stat Softw. 2008;117. One use for the deviance residual is to serve as a phenotype in a future genetic analysis. Identification and efficacy of longitudinal markers for survival. In each CAG panel, the youngest diagnosed participants at the upper left were diagnosed early, in the sense that they converted to a diagnosis with very low model-predicted risk. 1. Proportional hazards regression in epidemiologic follow-up studies: an intuitive consideration of primary time scale. 2016;4:212–24. Thus, the complexity of computing predicted scores with JM is thought to be worth the gain in precision. 2013;37:142–51. Survival endpoints for Huntington’s disease trials prior to a motor diagnosis. Handley O, Landwehrmeyer B. That is, concordance occurs when the model assigns a higher survival probability to the participant who did not convert within the age window. Hickey GL, Philipson P, Jorgensen A, Kolamunnage-Dona R. JoineRML: joint modelling of multivariate longitudinal data and time-to-event outcomes [internet]. 2013;12:637–49. 2016;73:102–10. BMC Med Res Methodol. Thiebaut A, Benichou J. Previous research has predominantly concentrated on the joint modelling of a single longitudinal outcome and a single time-to-event outcome. Stat Med. Long JD, Langbehn DR, Tabrizi SJ, Landwehrmeyer BG, Paulsen JS, Warner J, et al. New York. Predictions from joint models can have greater accuracy because they are tailored to account for individual variability. Zhang D, Chen MH, Ibrahim JG, Boye ME, Shen W. Bayesian model assessment in joint modeling of longitudinal and survival data with applications to. 2011;156:751–63. Wu YC, Lee WC. 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. After termination of PREDICT-HD and Track-HD, a number of participants were known to have transitioned to Enroll-HD. 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. Crowther MJ, Andersson TML, Lambert PC, Abrams KR, Humphreys K. Joint modelling of longitudinal and survival data: incorporating delayed entry and an assessment of model misspecification. Manage cookies/Do not sell my data we use in the preference centre. Modeling survival data: extending the cox model. Mills is a biostatistician in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Iowa. Through the use of a common ID number, most of the participants who had transitioned were identified, and only the data from their initial study was used. Harrell FE, Califf RM, Pryor DB, Lee KL, Rosati RA. Martingale-based residuals for survival models. Joint Model for Survival and Longitudinal Data 331 There are several drawbacks to this two-stage modeling approach. Assessing the performance of prediction models: a framework for traditional and novel measures. 2011;30:1366–80. M. LJ. The second model is for longitudinal data, which are assumed to follow a random effects model. But, all these methods do not handle cases when the two hazard rate functions cross each other. methods for joint modeling the survival and longitudinal data. (2003). Pencina MJ, D’Agostino RB Sr, D’Agostino RB Jr, Vasan RS. In these cases, separateinferences based on the longitudinal model and the survival model may lead to bi… 2012;23:565–73. 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J Am Med Assoc. 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. This function applies a maximum likelihood approach to fit the semiparametric joint models of survival and normal longitudinal data. 1982;247:2543–6. Contents lists available atScienceDirect. 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 the traditional survival setting, predictions from a model that uses time on study can be equivalent or approximately so to a model that uses age, provided the linear predictor is complex enough (e.g., includes non-linear terms) [58]. Arch Neurol. In the time since the HD gene mutation discovery, there has been a continued search for additional genetic modifiers of HD [38, 52]. cancer clinical trials. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. The CIs for Enroll-HD and REGISTRY contained 0, but the CIs for the other two studies did not. 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. 2004;159:882–90. Genetic modifiers of Huntington’s disease. In fact, such a risk score formula for HD motor diagnosis has been developed [21]. Paulsen JS, Hayden M, Stout JC, Langbehn DR, Aylward E, Ross CA, et al. Preparing for preventive clinical trials the predict-HD study. Personalized medicine: time for one-person trials. The relatively high external values boost confidence that the JM considered in this study will have adequate discrimination performance in a new HD sample from the same population of pre-diagnosed patients. 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). Unified Huntington’s Disease Rating Scale. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2014;95:5–23. Jeffrey D. Long receives funding from CHDI Inc., Michael J. In many studies, there could also exist heterogeneous subgroups. Kalbfleisch JP, Prentice RL. We thank the TRACK-HD study participants and their families. 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]. The JM was initially estimated separately on four studies, and then estimated on the combined data with an enhanced JM that had a study-specific effect. Orth M, Handley OJ, Schwenke C, Landwehrmeyer B. 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. 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). The objective is to develop separate and joint statistical models in the Bayesian framework for longitudinal measurements and time to … 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. New York: Springer; 2015. Abstract Summary The maximum likelihood approach to jointly model the survival time and its longitudinal covariates has been successful to model both processes in longitudinal studies. 2012;83:A47. An alternative approach is to evaluate predictive performance using a calibration measure that quantifies the agreement between observed outcomes and model-based predictions [41]. Mov Disord. D’Agostino R, Vasan R, Pencina M, Wolf P, Cobain M, Massaro J, et al. JAMA Neurology. Privacy Strict ordering does not hold under the JM scenario because the survival curves are individual-specific (the subgroup is generally of size 1). Google ScholarÂ. >> Joint modeling of longitudinal and time-to-event data has emerged as a novel approach to handle these issues. Paulsen JS, Wang C, Duff K, Barker R, Nance M, Beglinger L, et al. London: Chapman; Hall. Rizopoulos D, Taylor JM, Van Rosmalen J, Steyerberg EW, Takkenberg JJ. Figure 5 shows the deviance residual as a function of age, CAG expansion, and diagnosis status. 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. Genet Epidemiol. Another type of predicted score with applicability to HD research is the deviance residual. Given the non-equivalence of JM results under a change of time metric, we recommend that age be used with adjustment for delayed entry. It is not surprising that such predictions can be quite inaccurate at the individual level [56]. Lancet Neurol. 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 If the covariate is predictive of survival, patients whose covariate trajectories have the steepest An overview of joint modeling It basically combines (joins) the probability distributions from a linear mixed-effects model with random effects (which takes care of the longitudinal data) and a survival Cox model (which calculates the hazard ratio for an event from the censored data). The novelty of this study is that we considered multiple longitudinal covariates, examined external validity performance, and proposed novel individual-specific predictions. Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and. 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. 2014;9:e91249 Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0091249. The start age and slope of an individual’s survival curve depend on the vector of longitudinal TMS and SDMT observations, as well as the CAG expansion. 2013;13:33–48. Indexing disease progression at study entry with individuals at-risk for Huntington disease. 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. A definitive analysis of overlap is not possible because necessary identifying information, such as birth dates, is not available for purposes of anonymity. /Length 2774 JAM is a paid consultant for Wave Life Sciences USA Inc. Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. The estimated regression coefficients of the survival submodel (Table 2) show that CAG expansion was the most important predictor, followed by TMS and SDMT. The relatively strong external validation performance of the JM considered in this study does not suggest the model is optimal. 2012;31:1543–53. An additional complication is that the MCMC method discussed above is relatively time-intensive. Biological and clinical manifestations of Huntington’s disease in the longitudinal TRACK-HD study cross-sectional analysis of baseline data. Regression modeling strategies. %PDF-1.5 General cardiovascular risk profile for use in primary care: The Framingham Heart Study. 2006;63:883–90. Mov Disord. The mean 5-year AUC = .83 (range .77–.90), and the mean 10-year AUC = .86 (range .82–.92). The table indicates that the AUC decreased as the start age increased, and the 5-year AUC was smaller than the 10-year for each start age. 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. Validation of a prognostic index for Huntington’s disease. 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. 63 0 obj JDL: planning, analysis, manuscript writing and editing. 2008;27:157–72. Joint Modeling of Longitudinal and Time-to-Event Data provides a systematic introduction and review of state-of-the-art statistical methodology in this active research field. The most common form of joint model assumes that the association between the survival and the longitudinal processes is underlined by shared random effects. For example, based on the LMM submodel in Equation 2, the predicted TMS values (k = 1) for the ith participant were computed as. ComputationalStatisticsandDataAnalysis. As a result, computationally intensive numerical integration techniques such as adaptive Gauss–Hermite quadrature are required to evaluate the likelihood. 2002;3:33–50. Track-HD data is available from CHDI Inc., info@chdifoundation.org. 2018. Evaluating the yield of medical tests. Therneau TM, Grambsch PM, Fleming TR. Our results show that the mean time-dependent AUCs had values that were not much smaller than the 3rd quartile of the survey. Clinical and biomarker changes in premanifest Huntington disease show trial feasibility a decade of the PREDICT-HD study. NY: Springer; 2003. The statistical analysis of failure time data. 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