Radford G Davis
VMPM 388: Public Health and the Role of the Veterinary Profession
VMPM 486: Public Health Lab
VMPM 491:CDC Epidemiology Elective Preceptorship
VMPM 536: Zoonoses and Environmental Health - Co-instructor
ARGON 342: World Food Issues
International development that incorporates animal health, human health, and innovation
Functioning One Health in developing countries
Bridging art and science
Editorial Review Board for Clinician’s Brief, a peer-reviewed veterinary journal. (2007‐present).
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association, Public Health Committee and member
University Classroom and Space Committee
CVM Clinical Skills Taskforce
CVM Computer, Library and Information Management Committee
Iowa Climate Change Educators
Iowa Veterinary Medical Association
National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians
Iowa Biological Consultants Bureau (IBCB)
American Association of Public Health Veterinarians
American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine
Member Heartland Global Health Consortium of Iowa (group of many universities in Iowa) Found Here
Full publication list on PubMed
Davis RG. Zoonotic disease quiz. Clinician’s Brief online. December 2015.
Davis RG. Companion animals as sentinels for emerging diseases. Clinician’s Brief. 2014;12:11-13.
Davis RG. Rabies in the clinic. Clinician’s Brief. http://www.cliniciansbrief.com/article/rabies-clinic. June 1, 2014.
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. 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.
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.