2012 Elizabeth A. Rega, Ken Noriega, Stuart S. Sumida, Adam Huttenlocker, Andrew Lee, and Brett Kennedy. Healed Fractures in the Neural Spines of an Associated Skeleton of Dimetrodon: Implications for Dorsal Sail Morphology and Function. Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences, The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago. 2012. Vol.5 Ch. 9 pg.(s) 104–111
2012 Huttenlocker, A. K. and E. Rega. The paleobiology and bone microstructure of pelycosaurian-grade synapsids. Pp. 90-119 in A. Chinsamy-Turan (ed.) The Forerunners of Mammals: Radiation, Histology and Biology. Indiana University Press.
2012 Rega, E. “Disease in Dinosaurs” In Brett-Surman, M.K., Holtz, T.R., and Farlow, J.O., eds. The Complete Dinosaur, 2nd ed. Indiana University Press. pp 666-711. Free Preview of Chapter Here!!! http://books.google.com
2010 Huttenlocker, A. K., Rega, E., & Sumida, S. S. Comparative Anatomy and Osteohistology of Hyperelongate Neural Spines in the Sphenacodontids Sphenacodon and Dimetrodon (Amniota: Synapsida). J Morphol, 271(12), 1407-1421. doi: Doi 10.1002/Jmor.108762010
2006 Craig Scott Kuehn and Elizabeth Rega. Turning anatomy on its head; a lab-first approach to anatomy. Faseb Journal, 20(5), A875-A875. http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/20/5/A875?sid=c4db475f-ad95-4d86-8ea9-dd2f64c0a378
2002 – E.A. Rega and C. Brochu “Palaeopathology in a mature specimen of tyrannosaurus rex” First International Palaeontological Congress Abstracts No. 68. Ed. G. Brock & J. Talent. Geological Society of North America.
2002 – Rega, E. A., Wideman, N. K., and Brochu, C. A. “Paleopathology of amniote specimens from the late Paleozoic and Mesozoic of North America; comparison of gross morphological and historical analyses.” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 22 (3, Suppl.), p. 98.
2001 – *K. Noriega and E. Rega. “Heretofore undocumented variation of an intrinsic hand muscle in a juvenile baboon”. American Zoologist (abstract). vol 41(6) pp.
2001 – Rega, E.A. and C. A. Brochu “Paleopathology of a mature Tyrannosaurus rex” Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Volume 21, Supplement to No. 3, 22 August 2001, p. 92A (abstract).
2001 – Rega, E. A., and Noriega, K. “Indirect evidence of sail presence from a healed spinous process fracture in Dimetrodon”. PaleoBios, 21 (2, Suppl.), p. 108.
2001 – Rega, E.A. and C. Brochu “Evidence of thoracic breathing in Tyrannosaurus rex, based upon recent anatomical and pathological evidence from “Sue.” Journal of Morphology (abstract).
1999 – *Rega, E. A., J. Michaelson and L. TenEyck.. “Analysis of commingled skeletal remains from a pre-contact cave site in the Jackson’s Bay Cave series, Jamaica .” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 26. (abstract)
1999 – *Gebhardt, G., L. Teneyck and E.A. Rega, “A Java program for the calculation of minimum number of individuals from commingled and fragmented skeletal samples”. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement 26. (abstract)
2000 – Rega, E.A. “The “dynamic digital human” in research, entertainment and education” .American Zoologist Vol 40(6)p. 1185.
1998 – *Tometich, J., J. Bernstein, and E. A. Rega. “Articulation of a saber tooth cat in leaping position with completely hidden hardware”. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Vol. 18, No. 3, p. 82A. (abstract)
1998 – *Rega, E.A. “Anatomy in Animation: Sexual Dimorphism in the creation of realistic animatied human characters” American Zoologist 38 (5): 81.
1997 – *Rega, E. A. and G. Parker “Primate 1st Metacarpal Morphological Variability: Implications for Fossil Hominids”, Journal of Morphology 232 (abstract).
1997 – *Albright, G.M. and E. A. Rega. “A survey of the late Palaeozoic fish fauna of Utah “, Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, volume 17, supplement to No. 3, p. 28A. (abstract).
* Indicates publication with student.