E. Lev and Z. Amar, Practical Materia Medica of the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean According to the Cairo Genizah. Leiden: Brill. (2008). (670 pages).
E. Lev and L. Chipman, Medical Prescriptions in the Cambridge Genizah Collections :Practical Medicine and Pharmacology in Medieval Egypt, Leiden: Brill (2012) (187 pages).
L. Chipman and E. Lev, "Syrup from the Apothecary's shop: A Genizah Fragment Containing one of the Earliest Manuscripts of Minhaj al-dukkan", Journal of Semitic Studies (2006) 50: 137-167.
E. Lev and Z. Amar, "Reconstruction of the Inventory of Materia Medica used by Members of the Jewish Community of Medieval Cairo According to Prescriptions Found in the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Collection, Cambridge", Journal of Ethnopharmacology, (2006) 108:428-444.
E. Lev, "Drugs Held and Sold by Pharmacists of the Jewish Community of Medieval (11th -14th centuries) Cairo According to Lists of Materia Medica Found at the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Collection, Cambridge", Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2007), 110:275-293.
E. Lev, L. Chipman, "A Fragments of Judeo-Arabic Manuscripts of Sābūr Ibn Sahl al-Aqrābādhīn al-Şaghīr Found in the Taylor-Schechter Cairo Genizah Collection",
Medieval Encounter (2007) 13:347-362.
E. Lev and Z. Amar, "Practice Versus Theory: Medieval Materia Medica According to the Cairo Genizah", Medical History (2007) 51:507-526.
Z. Amar and E. Lev, "The Significance of the Genizah's Medical Documents for the Study of Medieval Mediterranean Trade", Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, (2007) 50:524-541.
E. Lev, L. Chipman, F. Niessen "A Hospital Handbook for the Community: Evidence for the Extensive Use of Ibn Abī 'l-Bayān’s al-Dustūr al-bīmāristānī by the Jewish Practitioners of Medieval Cairo", Journal of Semitic Studies (2008) 53:103-118.
L. Chipman and E. Lev, "Take a Lame and Decrepit Hyena….. A Genizah Study of Two Additional Fragments of Manuscripts of Sābūr Ibn Sahl al-Aqrābādhīn al-Şaghīr ", Early Science and Medicine (2008) 13:361-383.
E. Lev and F. Niessen, "Addenda to Isaacs Catalogue ‘Medical and Para-medical Manuscript in the Cambridge Genizah Collection Together with the Edition of Two Medical Documents T-S 12.33 and T-S NS 297.56", Hebrew Union College Annual (2008) 77:131-165.
E. Lev, and Z. Amar, "'Fossils' of Practical Medical Knowledge from Medieval Cairo", Journal of Ethnopharmacology (2008) 119:24-40. [Impact Factor 3.332]
E. Lev, "Medieval Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic Prescriptions (and Edition of Three Medical Prescriptions)", Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (2008) 18(4): 449-464.
A. Geva-Kleinberger and E. Lev, "Language Passivity in the Medical Arabic and Judaeo-Arabic Prescriptions of the Cairo Genizah", Journal of Semitic Studies (2009), 54: 435-458.
E. Lev, L. Chipman and F. Niessen, "Chicken and Chicory are Good for You: A Unique Family Prescription from the Cairo Genizah (T-S NS 223.82–83)", Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam (2008), 35:335-352.
Y. Serry, E. Lev, "A Judaeo-Arabic fragment of Ibn-Biklārish's Kitāb al-Mustaʿīnī, part of a unique 12th-century tabular medical book found in the Cairo Genizah (T-S Ar.44.218)", Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (2010), 20:407-440.
E. Lev, "A Catalogue of the Medical and Para-Medical Manuscripts in the Mosseri Genizah Collection, together with several unpublished examples (X.37; I.124.2)", Journal of Jewish Studies (2011), 62:121-145.
L. Chipman, E. Lev, “Arabic Prescriptions from the Cairo Genizah”, Asian Medicine (2011), 6:75-94.
A. Ashur, E. Lev, “New Genizah Documents: Three Fragments on Practical Medicine in Medieval Egypt”, Ginzie Qedem (2013) 9: 9*-35*.
E. Lev, “Mediators between Theoretical and Practical Medieval Knowledge: Medical Notebooks from the Cairo Genizah and their Significance” Medical History (2013) 57(4): 487-515.
E. Lev and R. Smithuis, "A Preliminary Catalogue of the Medical and Para-Medical Manuscripts in the Rylands Genizah Collection, Together With the Partial Edition of Two Medical Fragments (A 589 and B 3239)", Journal of Semitic Studies (2013), Supplement 31: 157-197. [Relative contribution; written with a young scholar, the curator of the collection]
E. Lev, and Z. Amar, "A Medieval Judaeo-Arabic Glossary of Drug's Names in the Taylor-Schechter Genizah Collection, Cambridge”, Journal of Semitic Studies (2013) Supplement 31: 197-211. [Unique fragment I found and we both identified, studied, analyzed and will be published soon in top journal in the field - Oxford University Press]
E. Lev, “An Early Fragment of Ibn Jazlah's Tabulated Manual "Taqwīm al-Abdān" from the Cairo Genizah (T-S Ar.41.137)”, Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (2013) [online].
E. Lev, “Work in Progress – the Research of Medical Knowledge in the Cairo Genizah – Past, Present and Future”. in: S. Reif (ed.), The Written Word Remains – The archive and the achievement, Taylor-Schechter Genizah Research Unit at Cambridge University Library, Cambridge. 2004. pp. 37-51.
E. Lev, "The Cairo Genizah as Main Source for the Reconstruction of Medical Activity and Knowledge in Medieval Societies", in: A. Aharoni; Aimée Israel-Pelletier; L. Zamir (ed.); History and Culture of the Jews from Egypt in Modern Times, Kenes Hafakot. Tel Aviv, 2008. pp. 51-61.
E. Lev, "Practical and theoretical medical issues in medieval Jewish Cairo according to the Genizah", in S. Reif (ed.): Charles Taylor and the Genizah Collection Cambridge, St. John College, 2009. pp. 53-59.
E. Lev, "Eastern Mediterranean pharmacology and India trade as a background for Yemeni medieval medicinal plants" in: H. Schoenig, and I. Hehmeyer (eds.) with the collaboration of A. Regourd Herbal Medicine in Yemen: Traditional Knowledge and Practice, and Their Value for Today's World, Brill, Leiden, 2012. pp. 21-42.
E. Lev, “Cairo Genizah as an Important Source for the Study of Practical and Theoretical Medicine in Medieval Eastern Societies”, in O. Rimon (ed.), Hoards and Genizot as Chapters in History. Hecht Museum, Haifa. 2013. pp. *96-*103.