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Living in Buffalo

Welcome to the Buffalo Niagara Campus

Roswell is located within the Buffalo Medical Campus. As a fellow, you will also be a part of the The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc. (BNMC). Roswell Park is affiliated with the University of Rochester Medical Center and is located only an 1hr. and 16 min. from the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, NY.

The Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus, Inc. (BNMC) is a non-profit organization formed in 2002 to facilitate collaboration and address shared issues among member institutions that form the 120-acre Medical Campus and our surrounding neighborhoods. Our team builds on the assets of our world-class Medical Campus – known for its clinical care, research, and education – to support its mission of furthering economic growth, igniting urban revitalization, and building a strong, thriving community. We do this through fostering conversation and collaboration among our member institutions, partners, and the community and take a proactive approach to leverage opportunities and to help to solve challenges faced by our overall community so that we can create a better future for all. View benefits and resources available to you at their website at

Meet Buffalo


With fantastic opportunities for work and play – without high costs and hassles – Buffalo Niagara is your place for a great life. To get to know more about all that Buffalo has to offer visit

In Buffalo Niagara, abundant green spaces are surrounded by sparkling waters, including two Great Lakes – Erie and Ontario – and the Niagara River, and one of the world’s most popular natural wonders, Niagara Falls. To the east and south are rolling farms, great ski areas, countless inland lakes and rivers, miles of hiking and biking trails, many New York State parks and forests, and much more to enjoy.

Buffalo and its sister city, Niagara Falls, are the business and entertainment hubs of our region. Both cities are undergoing phenomenal transformations spurred by billions in public and private investment. Redevelopment and new construction abound,
and businesses from restaurants to galleries to technology centers are opening at the fastest pace in more than 50 years.

And while the positive energy is tangible, the ability to enjoy living and working here remains eminently accessible: Buffalo Niagara (along with Rochester, NY and the Finger Lakes area) still has one of the lowest costs of living and easiest commutes of any similarly sized metropolitan areas in the United States.