Dr. London successfully chaired and developed the Department for 15 years, and moved to Boston in 1970, to plan, organize, and then run what became the also very successful Harvard-MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Program in Health Sciences and Technology. He was succeeded at Einstein for a few years by Quentin B. Deming (1969-1970), and then John I. Sandson (1970-1972), as Acting Chairmen.
John Sandson later became an Associate Dean at Einstein, and then moved to Boston University’s School of Medicine as Dean in 1974. In 1968, as part of the institutional affiliation with Montefiore, David Hamerman became the Chairman of the newly designated separate academic Department of Medicine there, and continued in that role through 1979.
Meanwhile, at the Einstein campus, Neal Bricker chaired the Department from 1972-1975, and from 1975-1980 Milford Fulop was the Acting Chairman. In 1976, Dr. Bricker moved to the University of Miami, where he became the Executive Vice President for Research of Naturon Pharmaceuticals in Claremont, California, and a Professor of Biomedical Science at University of California at Riverside.