Catherine Rude, M.D.
Department of Pediatrics
Fellowship, Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, Yale University, New Haven, CT; awarded Fellowship, National Center for Infant Programs (1991)
Pediatric Residency, Case Western Reserve University, Department of Pediatrics, Cleveland, OH (1986)
M.D., Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, Hershey, PA (1983)
A.B., Cum Laude, Smith College, Northampton, MA (1979)
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT (2010-present)
General Pediatrician, The University of Vermont Children's Hospital, Burlington, VT 05401 (2001-present)
Worked to educate Vermont physicians, community and legislators about lead poisoning. Served on Vermont Lead Hazard Commission, presented various grand rounds and other presentations about lead poisoning to groups around the state, testified at legislative sessions. Served on Advisory board for Ch.A.D.D. of Champlain Valley, Child Protection Team, Success by Six Team, Helped organize Partners in care conference for Parent to Parent group. Precepted at Spectrum Clinic for homeless youth.
Served on the UVM College of Medicine Admissions Committee for three years. Also served on Pediatric Medical Education Committee, Pediatric Residency Committee.
Rude, CS and Schonfeld, D: Research in Process: a comparison of lead screening methods in young children. Zero to Three, Vol.XI, June 1991.
Rude, C and Kerman, LV. School avoidance: excessive absenteeism and dropping out. In Friedman, SB, Comprehensive Adolescent Health Care. St. Louis: Quality Medical Publishing, Inc., 1992.
Rude, C: Lead Poisoning in Vermont: an update on prevention, prevalence and screening. Vermont State Medical Society Reporter, December 1992.
Leventhal, JM, Horwitz, SM, Rude, C and Stier, DM: Maltreatment of children born to teenage mothers: a comparison between the 1960's and the 1980's. J Pediatr 1993; 122:314-9.
Schonfeld, DJK, Cullen, MR, Rainey, PM, Berg, AT, Brown, DR, Hogan JC, Turk, DS, Rude, CS and Cicchetti, DV: Screening for lead poisoning in an urban pediatric clinic using samples obtained by fingerstick. Pediatrics 1994; 94: 174-9.