Kelly Olino, MD, FACS, Assistant Professor of Surgical Oncology, is a doubly board certified surgeon who provides patients with comprehensive surgical care including resection of skin and soft tissue tumors including melanoma, merkel cell carcinoma, sarcoma and advanced cutaneous squamous cell and basal cell carcinoma, including minimally invasive techniques for metastatic disease.
Dr. Olino joined the Yale School of Medicine from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas, where she was recognized as a Texas Rising Star. She is board certified in Complex Surgical Oncology and General Surgery. While in Texas she was recognized for her melanoma research as a Provost Scholar and a recipient of the Society for Surgical Oncology’s Clinical Investigator Award to support her research in tumor immunology. She continued this work at Yale as a Calabresi Immune-Oncology scholar combining her knowledge of tumor immunology with her clinical acumen. She has served on national committees for the management of melanoma and currently serves on the NCCN non-melanoma cutaneous malignancy committee.
She completed her surgical residency at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and a fellowship in complex surgical oncology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Olino cares for patients at the Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale New Haven and Guilford, along with strong multi-disciplinary disease specific teams. She looks forward to partnering with colleagues in the community and providing her expertise to patients.
|Texas Rising Stars||Super Doctors||2018|
|Golden Scalpel Medical Student Teaching Award||University of Texas Medical Branch School of Medicine||2016|
|Society for Surgical Oncology Clinical Investigators Award||Society for Surgical Oncology Foundation||2016|
|Frank Coulson Resident Clinical Excellence Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2013|
|Department of Surgery Medical Student Teaching Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2013|
|Anthony Imbembo Resident Teaching Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2013|
|Anthony Imbembo Resident Teaching Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2012|
|Anthony Imbembo Resident Teaching Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2011|
|Baltimore Academy of Surgery Research Award||2009|
|George Zuidema Basic Science Award||The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine||2008|
|The Society of Surgical Oncology||Scientific Program Committee- Chair Immuno-oncology subgroup||2022 - Present|
|Status of Women in Medicine- Department of Surgery Liason||Liaison||2022 - Present|
|National Comprehensive Cancer Network- Non-Melanoma Skin Cancer Guideline Panel||Creation of national guidelines for merkel cell carcinoma, cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma and dermatofibrosarcoma protuberans||2022 - Present|
|Yale New Haven Hospital Credentials Committee||Member||2021 - Present|
|Yale Cancer Center - Smilow Clinical Council||Member||2021 - Present|
|Schwartz Cancer Center Grand Rounds Planning Committee||Committee Member||2021 - Present|
|The Society of Surgical Oncology||Melanoma Disease Site Working Group. Planning of education activities and guidelines for the management of cutaneous malignancies.||2020 - 2022|
|Yale Center for Immuno-Oncology||Symposia and seminar planning committee||2019 - Present|
|Association for Academic Surgery||Program Committee||2016 - Present|