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Medical Director, Primary Care Center
Education:BS, Duke University, 1980
MD, Duke University School of Medicine, 1984
Residency:Pediatrics, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 1984-1987
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Developmental surveillance and screening, literacy promotion, health literacy
Wiley C*, Burke GS, Gill PA, Law NE. Pediatricians’ Views of Postpartum Depression: A Self-Administered Survey. Archives of Women’s Mental Health 7:231-236, 2004.
Wiley CC*, Lai N, Hill C, Burke G. Nursery Practices and Detection of Jaundice After Newborn Discharge. Archives of Pediatr Adolesc. Med. 152:972-975, 1998.
Wiley CC*, Wiley JF. Pediatric Benzodiazepine Ingestions Requiring Hospitalization. Journal of Toxicology – Clinical Toxicology 36:227-231, 1998.
Casey R, Wiley C, Rutstein R, Pinto-Martin JA. Longitudinal Assessment for Lead Poisoning. Clin Pediatrics 35:58-61, 1996.
Osterhoudt KC, Wiley CC, Dudley R, Sheen S, Henretig FM. Rebound Severe Methemoglobinemia from Ingestion of a Nitroethane Artificial-Fingernail Remover. J Pediatr 126:819-21, 1995.
Taubman, B, Wiley, CC, Henretig, FM. The Prevalence of Elevated Blood Lead Levels in a Suburban Middle Class Practice, Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med 148:757-759, 1994.
Casey R, Wiley C, Rutstein R, Pinto-Martin J. Risk Assessment for Lead Poisoning in an Urban Cohort with High Socioeconomic Status. Clin Pediatrics 33:480-484, 1994.
Wiley CC*, Casey R. Family Attitudes and Household Safety Practices Regarding Firearms. Clin Pediatrics 32:71-76, 1993.
Wiley JF, Gelber ML, Henretig FM, Wiley CC, Sandhu S, Loiselle J. Cardiotoxicity Following Astemizole Overdose in Children. J Pediatr 120:799-802, 1992.
Wiley JF, Wiley CC, Torrey SB, Henretig FM. Clonidine Poisoning in Young Children. J Pediatr 116:654-658, 1990.
Just like exercising strengthens the muscles in our body, reading strengthens the brain. Children who continue to read throughout the summer continue to strengthen their literacy skills. Kids who don’t usually experience what educators call the “summer slide” – a drop in reading ability. For strategies to keep your child reading, here are tips from […]
Posted In: Back to School
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Connecticut Children’s and its partner pediatric practices have worked around the clock to provide a safe environment for patient care – including making sure that kids are getting the vaccines they need. To share an important reminder to parents, Catherine Wiley, MD, division head of Primary Care at Connecticut Children’s, joins […]
Posted In: Coronavirus