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Olga Klinkova, MD, MS

Specialty: Infectious Diseases
Sub Specialty: Infectious Disease
Program: Infectious Diseases


Dr. Klinkova is an Assistant Member in the Department of Internal Medicine, Internal and Hospital Medicine Program. Dr. Klinkova received an MD from Omsk State Medical Academy and an MS from the University of South Dakota. She completed an Internal Medicine Residency at Omsk State Medical Academy and the University at Buffalo/SUNY. Following Residency, she was an Assistant Professor at the University of Buffalo/SUNY in the Department of Internal Medicine. Dr. Klinkova completed a Fellowship in Infectious Diseases at the University of South Florida. She recently has been an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Infectious Disease and International Medicine. Dr. Klinkova is part of a Hospitalist team providing care to the patients admitted to Moffitt Cancer Center, as well as providing consultations in the field of Infectious Diseases. Her specific interests include infections in bone marrow transplant patients and patients with hematologic malignancies. Her research interests include clinical presentation and treatment of various infections in immunocompromised patients. 

Education & Training

Board Certification:

  • Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease


  • University of South Florida - Infectious Diseases


  • University at Buffalo/SUNY - Internal Medicine
  • Omsk State Medical Academy - Internal Medicine

Medical School:

  • Omsk State Medical Academy - MD
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  • De Narvaez E, Lee D, Nlandu Z, Baluch A, Klinkova OV. A Tale of Two Rashes in a Bone Marrow Transplant Patient. Am J Med. 2023 Feb.136(2):147-149. Pubmedid: 36150515.
  • Schoenfeld D, Lee D, Arrington JA, Greene J, Klinkova O. Bacillus Cereus bacteremia complicated by brain abscess in a severely immunocompromised patient: Addressing importance of early recognition and challenges in diagnosis. IDCases. 2022 Jun.29:e01525. Pubmedid: 35712054. Pmcid: PMC9194585.
  • Logue JM, Peres LC, Hashmi H, Colin-Leitzinger C, Shrewsbury AM, Hosoya H, Gonzalez R, Copponex C, Kottra KH, Hovanky V, Sahaf B, Patil S, Lazaryan A, Jain MD, Baluch A, Klinkova O, Bejanyan N, Faramand RG, Elmariah H, Khimani F, Davila ML, Mishra A, Blue B, Grajales-Cruz AF, Castaneda Puglianini O, Liu H, Nishihori T, Freeman CL, Brayer J, Shain KH, Baz R, Locke FL, Alsina M, Sidana S, Hansen DK. Early cytopenias and infections after standard of care idecabtagene vicleucel in relapsed or refractory multiple myeloma. Blood Adv. 2022 Dec.6(24):6109-6119. Pubmedid: 35939783. Pmcid: PMC9768247.
  • Lee D, Jordan AI, Menges MA, Lazaryan A, Nishihori T, Gaballa SR, Shah BD, Pinilla-Ibarz J, Baluch A, Klinkova OV, Chavez JC, Jain MD, Locke FL. Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Does Not Induce Humoral Response When Administrated Within the Six Months After CD19 CAR T-Cell Therapy. Transplant Cell Ther. 2022 Aug. Pubmedid: 35970303.
  • Lee DH, Klinkova O, Kim JW, Nanjappa S, Greene JN. A Case Series of Staphylococcus lugdunensis Infection in Cancer Patients at an Academic Cancer Institute in the United States. Infect Chemother. 2019 Mar.51(1):45-53. Pubmedid: 30941937. Pmcid: PMC6446009.
  • Sampson MM, Klinkova O, Vitko J, Casanas B. A Plethora of Pustules: Acute Generalized Exanthematous Pustulosis. Am J Med. 2018 Jun.131(6):639-641. Pubmedid: 29425705.
  • Martin DS, Klinkova O, Eyster KM. Regional differences in sexually dimorphic protein expression in the spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR). Mol Cell Biochem. 2012 Mar.362(1-2):103-114. Pubmedid: 22038629. Pmcid: PMC7039335.
  • Eyster KM, Hansen KA, Winterton E, Klinkova O, Drappeau D, Mark-Kappeler CJ. Reciprocal communication between endometrial stromal cells and macrophages. Reprod Sci. 2010 Sep.17(9):809-822. Pubmedid: 20601541. Pmcid: PMC4346189.
  • Klinkova O, Hansen KA, Winterton E, Mark CJ, Eyster KM. Two-way communication between endometrial stromal cells and monocytes. Reprod Sci. 2010 Feb.17(2):125-136. Pubmedid: 19843877.
  • Eyster KM, Klinkova O, Kennedy V, Hansen KA. Whole genome deoxyribonucleic acid microarray analysis of gene expression in ectopic versus eutopic endometrium. Fertil Steril. 2007 Dec.88(6):1505-1533. Pubmedid: 17462640.

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