Antiretroviral drug publications
 S. Chowdhury, P.K. Roy, R.J. Smith?, Mathematical modelling of enfuvirtide and protease inhibitors as combination therapy for HIV (International Journal of Nonlinear Sciences and Numerical Simulation, 2016, 17(6), 259275)
 M. Alarydah, R.J. Smith? Adding education to "test and treat": Can we overcome drug resistance? (Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2015, Article ID 781270, 19 pages).
 R.E. Miron, R.J. Smith?, Resistance to protease inhibitors in a model of HIV1 infection with impulsive drug effects (Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 2014, 76(1), 5997).
 J. Lou and R.J. Smith? Modelling the effects of adherence to the HIV fusion inhibitor enfuvirtide (Journal of Theoretical Biology 2011, 268, 113
 R.J. Smith?, J.T. Okano, J.S. Kahn, E.N. Bodine, and S. Blower, Evolutionary dynamics of complex networks of HIV drugresistant strains: the case of San Francisco (Science 2010, 327:5966, 697701).
 R.E. Miron and R.J. Smith? Modelling imperfect adherence to HIV induction therapy (BMC Infectious Diseases 2010, 10:6).
 R.J. Smith?, J. Li, R. Gordon and J.M. Heffernan, Can we spend our way out of the AIDS epidemic? A World Halting AIDS Model (BMC Public Health 2009, 9(Suppl 1):S15).
 R.J. Smith? and B.D. Aggarwala, Can the viral reservoir of latently infected CD4+ T cells be eradicated with antiretroviral HIV drugs? (Journal of Mathematical Biology 2009, 59, 697715).
 B.D. Aggarwala and R.J. Smith? Do frequent doses of HAART block the HIV blips? (Far East Journal of Mathematical Sciences 2009, 32:2, 231251).

R.J. Smith? Explicitly accounting for antiretroviral drug uptake in theoretical HIV models predicts longterm failure of proteaseonly therapy (Journal of Theoretical Biology 2008, 251(2), 227237).

R.J. Smith, Adherence to antiretroviral HIV drugs: how many doses can you miss before resistance emerges? (Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B: Biological Sciences 2006, 273:1586, 617624).

R.J. Smith and L.M. Wahl, Drug resistance in an immunological model of HIV1 infection with impulsive drug effects (The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 2005, Vol 67:4 783813).

R.J. Smith and L.M. Wahl, Distinct effects of protease and reverse transcriptase inhibition in an immunological model of HIV1 infection with impulsive drug effects (The Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Vol 66:5 2004 pp 12591283).