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Keshav Pokhrel

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Assistant Professor, Statistics, College of Arts, Sciences & Letters, University of Michigan, Dearborn.

Ph.D., University of South Florida

Dr. Pokhrel's research interests include the epidemiology of cancer, time series forecasting, quantile regression, and functional data analysis.

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Pokhrel, Keshav, and Chris Tsokos. 2015. "Forecasting Age-Specific Brain cancer Mortality rates using Functional Data Analysis Models." Advances in Epidemiology, 2015: 721592. DOI. Abstract.

Vovoras, Dimitris, Keshav Pokhrel, and Chris Tsokos. 2014. "Epidemiology of Tumors of the Brain and Central Nervous System: Review of Incidence and Patterns among Histological Subtypes." Open Journal of Epidemiology, 4(4): 224-234. DOI. Abstract.