Mia Newlin-Bradner

Assistant Professor
Research Areas
Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction, Anemia in HF, Heart Failure in Women, Exercise, Cardiovascular Disease, Chronic Disease Management and Prevention, Lifestyle Medicine
Mia Newlin-Bradner

Contact Information

(850) 644-5625
(850) 644-7660
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Mia Newlin-Bradner, PhD, RN, MSN is an assistant professor in the College of Nursing at Florida State University. Dr. Newlin-Bradner’s initial educational pursuits were in the field of exercise physiology, in which she received a BS from Florida State University, an MS from the University of Georgia and a PhD from Florida State University. Dr. Newlin-Bradner then pursued nursing and obtained her BSN from FSU followed by an MSN in Nursing Education from FSU. Her nursing experience included several years in a Cardiovascular Surgery/Medical Surgical ICU and in Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation. Dr. Newlin-Bradner’s research interest is focused on the role of activity in the prevention and management of chronic disease, with a specific emphasis on women with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction. Other interests include the incorporation of Lifestyle Medicine into the nursing curriculum to expand nurses’ knowledge regarding the role of lifestyle behaviors in the prevention and management of chronic disease.


PhD, Florida State University
MSN, Florida State University
MS, University of Georgia
BSN, Florida State University
BS, Florida State University


Registered Nurse, state of Florida


Newlin M.K., Williams S., McNamara T., Tjalsma H., Swinkels D.W., & Haymes E.M. (2012). Effects of exercise on hepcidin in women. International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Science. 22(2): 79-88.

Wingo J.E., Salaga L.J., Newlin M.K., & Cureton K.J. (2012). Cardiovascular drift and VO2max during cycling and walking in a temperate environment. Aviation, Space and Environmental Medicine, 83(7), 660-666.

Ganio M.S., Wingo J.E., Carroll C.E., Thomas (Newlin) M.K., & Cureton K.J. Fluid ingestion attenuates the decline in VO2peak associated with cardiovascular drift. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 38(5): 901-909, May 2006.

Newlin M.K., Wingo, J.E., Ganio, M.S., Trilk J.L., Cureton, K.J. (2006). Validation of the Polar S410 heart rate monitor for estimating energy expenditure in women. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. 38(5) Supplement: S463, (ABSTRACT).