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Martha J. Biddle, PhD, APRN

Martha J. Biddle, PhD, APRN, CCNS, FAHA

Practice Area

  • Cardiovascular Medicine
  • Women’s Heart Health
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  • About

    Martha Biddle received her undergraduate degree in nursing from Thomas More College in Edgewood, Ky. She received both her master’s degree and Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing from the University of Kentucky where the focus of her doctoral studies was the role of dietary antioxidants in patients with heart failure.

    Biddle is an assistant professor and coordinator for the Clinical Nurse Specialist Track in the Doctor of Nursing Practice Program. For the past 5 years she has served as the director of operations for the RICH Heart Program, a collaborative group of investigators with multiple NIH and HRSA funded projects.

    She received funding from the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) and Sigma Theta Tau International for her dissertation project. Her work has been recognized with several awards, including the SNRS Dissertation Award, Nursing Research Award from the Heart Failure Society of America, and a Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Graduation Award from the Preventive Cardiovascular Nurses Association.


    PhD, University of Kentucky, College of Nursing

    MSN, University of Kentucky

    Certifications and Special Training

    American Association of Critical Care Nurses, Certified Clinical Nurse Specialist (CCNS) in Adult Acute and Critical Care

  • Locations

    Gill Heart & Vascular Institute - Maxwell

    UK Good Samaritan Medical Office Building
    Second Floor, Suite 200
    125 E. Maxwell St.
    Lexington KY 40508
    Fax: 859-257-9461

    Insurance Information

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  • Clinical Interests

    • Heart Failure
    • Hyperlipidemia
    • Hypertension
    • Nutritional Interventions to Reduce Inflammation in ASCVD
    • Secondary Prevention of ASCVD