SUNY at Buffalo, Department of Medicine
Buffalo — dubbed the City of Good Neighbors is a city with a hometown feel. Located in the Buffalo Niagara region of New York State, Buffalo is a thriving city situated in a region of more than two million people that offers a world of opportunity. World-class art galleries and museums, a comprehensive city-wide system of parks and green space designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, and major and minor league sports teams are just a few of the wide array of cultural and recreational elements that make Buffalo such a great place to study, work, and live.
Buffalo features outstanding high schools, including City Honors School, which Newsweek ranked as the fourth-best in the nation. Many more rank within the top 100. Artistic indulgence is plentiful with a vast array of professional theaters, performance venues, and galleries.
The Buffalo area offers all of the amenities of a major urban area. The average workday commute is less than twenty minutes, which is the lowest out of fifty major U.S. cities. Affordable housing is widely accessible throughout the region, and reasonable costs of living make the good life possible on any budget. Most neighborhoods offer easy access to shopping, recreation, dining, and excellent schools. Four robust seasons allow for an endless range of outdoor pursuits, from sailing to skiing, while a range of professional sports teams keep the city fired up year-round.
The Canadian metropolis of Toronto is less than a two-hour drive away and is a favorite getaway destination for those seeking the metropolitan flair of this sophisticated city.