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Martin Caha, MD

Dr. Caha joined AAMGRC in 2024. He hails from the Czech Republic, where he graduated with honors from Masaryk University. Before pursuing medicine, he excelled as a student essayist and also represented his country in the National Chemistry Olympiad. As a medical student, he participated in exchange programs at institutions such as Harvard Medical School, Cleveland Clinic, and the Dresden University of Technology in Germany. After earning his medical degree, he completed 5 years of specialization training in Pediatric residency and Allergy/Immunology fellowship at SUNY Downstate, gaining diverse experience caring for patients of all ages and backgrounds in New York City hospitals. His training included rotations at the prestigious Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the primary immunodeficiency clinic of Dr. Cunningham-Rundles at the Mount Sinai Medical Center. In June 2020, he was awarded the Certificate of Courage in recognition of the outstanding service, sacrifice and valor during the pandemics of Covid-19 at SUNY Downstate. 


At AAMGRC and Rady Children’s Hospital, Dr. Caha is dedicated to providing exceptional care to all. He is always striving to listen and connect with patients and their families to build a trusting doctor-patient relationship, and to achieve the best clinical outcomes through his passion for medicine, clinical research, and life optimism.


Dr. Caha is fluent in English, Czech, Slovak, and German. Outside of work, he enjoys hiking, playing the piano, and indulging in literature, with "The Grapes of Wrath" being his current favorite.

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