Books
Radford Davis, Editor. Caring for family pets: choosing and keeping our companion animals healthy. Praeger, 2011.

Radford Davis, Editor. Animal disease and human health: saving lives now an in the future. In progress. Praeger, 2011.


Book chapters

Radford Davis. One Health – working to help animals and people. In: Animal diseases and human health: saving lives now and in the future. Radford Davis, Editor. Praeger, 2011.

Radford Davis. Immunocompromised, high-risk populations and animals. In: Animal diseases and human health: saving lives now and in the future. Radford Davis, Editor. Praeger, 2011.

Radford Davis. Agroterrorism: Need for awareness. In: Scanes CG and Miranowski JA, eds. Perspectives in world food and agriculture: 2004. Ames, IA: ISU Press. 2004;353-416.

Peer-reviewed publications
Rabies in the clinic. Clinician’s Brief. http://www.cliniciansbrief.com/article/rabies-clinic. June 1, 2014.

Companion animals as sentinels for emerging diseases. Clinician’s Brief 2014;12:11-13.

Davis RG.
HIV/AIDS Education: Still an Important Issue for Veterinarians. Public Health Reports May/June 2008;123(3):266-275

Brigitte C. French, David W. Hird, Patrick S. Romano, Rick H. Hayes, Ard M. Nijhof, Frans Jongejan, Dominic J. Mellor, Randall S. Singer, Amanda E. Fine, John M. Gay, Radford G. Davis, and Patricia A. Conrad. Virtual International Experiences in Veterinary Medicine: An Evaluation of Students' Attitudes toward Computer-Based Learning. J Vet Med Educ 2007;34:502-509.

Davis RG.
The ABCs of bioterrorism for veterinarians, focusing on Category A agents. J Am Vet Med 2004;224:1084-1095.

Davis RG.
The ABCs of bioterrorism for veterinarians, focusing on Category B and C agents. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2004;224:1096-1104.

Roth J, Boghossian A, Brown C. Cowen P, Davis RG, Galyon J, Hird D, Kasper J, Little S, and Uhlenhopp E. Exotic and Emerging Diseases of Animals: an Internet Course for Veterinary Students. J Vet Med Educ 2002;29:210-211.

Proceedings
Davis RG. National Environmental Health Association 2004 Conference, Anchorage, AK. May 12, 2004. National bioterrorism awareness and zoonotic disease education program.

Davis RG. University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine 104th Penn Annual Conference, March 12, 2004. Four proceedings: Agroterrorism: Need for awareness. Terrorism, Offensive BW Programs, and Agriculture. Nipah and Rift Valley fever. Radiological threats.

Davis RG. American Public Health Association 131st annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, Nov. 18, 2003. National bioterrorism awareness and zoonotic disease education program: resources and materials.

Davis RG. Iowa Veterinary Medical Association, Sept. 15, 2003. The role of the veterinary practitioner in public health.

Abstracts
Davis RG. Import and the risk to agriculture. Diseases in Nature conference June 1-3, 2005, Houston, TX.

Davis RG. Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, June 26, 2003, Iguassu Falls, Brazil. Bioterrorism Awareness Education: Zoonotic Disease Training for Veterinarians.

Platt K, Davis RG. A preliminary assessment of infection by West Nile virus (WNV) to abattoir personnel and other handlers of fresh pork products. 2003 Food Safety Education Conference, Littlerock, Arkansas.

Book introductions
Radford Davis, Editor. Caring for family pets: choosing and keeping our companion animals healthy. Praeger, 2011.

Radford Davis, Editor. Animal disease and human health: saving lives now an in the future. In progress. Praeger, 2011.

Radford Davis. In: Emerging and Exotic Diseases of Animals, 2nd ed. JA Roth and AR Spickler eds. Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2003 & 2004.


Editorials
Davis RG. HIV/AIDS and the veterinary practitioner – making a difference. Compend Contin Educ Pract Vet. Due out March, 2008

Others
Rabies: an increasing threat? Veterinary Practice (UK publication), May 2014 Vol. 46, No.3:43.

Davis RG. Surveillance for livestock diseases that impact food security and food safety. Publication and presentation for the Institute on Science for Global Policy. Emerging and persistent infectious diseases: focus on surveillance. Warrenton, VA, Oct. 17-20, 2010.

Davis RG. HIV/AIDS and the veterinary practitioner – making a difference.
One Health Newsletter. Summer 2008: 1(3):9-11.

Author and editor for the monthly bulletin eNews for the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, 2006-2008.


Davis RG. Zoonoses, public health concerns, liability issues, hygiene, and vaccination of exotic species. In: Petting Zoos – Zoonotic Diseases. A White Paper produced for Gerson Lehrman Group, New York, NY in collaboration with several other nationally recognized experts on this topic, 2005.

Davis RG. The Threat of Animal and Environmental Extremists. Iowa Anti-terrorism Advisory Committees’ Terrorism Intelligence Bulletin, Feb. 2005, Issue 18.

Davis RG. Emerging zoonoses and DVMs: Knowledge for everyday. DVM Best Practices magazine. March 2003; 4-7.

Davis RG. Bibliography on agroterrorism, published on The Infography (a compendium of research recommendations written by thousands of professors and other subject specialists.), found
here.

Primary author of 11 Power Point presentations with full speaking notes on 10 infectious diseases and 1 overview on agroterrorism used by the Center for Food Security and Public Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, for national public health and veterinary training purposes.

Co-author of 14 Power Point presentations with speaking notes on 14 infectious diseases used by the Center for Food Security and Public Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University, for national public health and veterinary training purposes.