Call : 716-323-0080 for appointments or information


Call : 716-323-0080   for appointments or information


Dr. Moya received her Medical Degree from the Universidad de la Sabana in Bogota, Colombia in 2003. After practicing for a few years as an in-house physician in her home country, she moved to the USA. She completed her pediatrics training at the University of South Alabama Pediatric Residency Program in June 2010. Subsequently, she joined the Pediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition Fellowship Program at the University at Buffalo. During her residency training, Dr. Moya received the Robert O. Harris, III Award granted to the best second year resident in 2009. She also received the Core Curriculum Hall of Fame Award for excellent performance in Core Curriculum series for two consecutive years. Her interest in GI includes small bowel pathology and inflammatory bowel disease.


Colleen Nugent is a Buffalo born and trained physician.  She obtained her Bachelor of Science from Canisius College.  Prior to attending medical school she completed her Master's of Science in Exercise Science and Nutrition at University at Buffalo.  After graduate school she attended the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Medicine.  Moving across town, Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo welcomed her to the General Pediatrics residency program which she completed in June 2012 after which she joined the Pediatric Gastroenterology  & Nutrition fellowship program at the University of Buffalo in July 2012.  Dr. Nugent was awarded the ACGME David Leach Award for Humanistic Patient Care in Teaching in 2010.  She remains very active in many aspects of humanistic patient care as physician leader of Schwartz Rounds as well as teaching residents and medical students.  Her interests in GI include nutritional management of GI diseases.  Current research focus on psychological effect of chronic disease.  She is Board certified in Pediatrics.  She is boarded in Pediatrics and pediatric Gastroenterology.