Susan DiSenso-Browne, D.D.S.

Course Director of Oral Health Care for Patients with Special Needs

Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine

Touro College of Dental Medicine


Dr. Susan DiSenso-Browne is an Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine and serves as Course Director of Oral Health Care for Patients with Special Needs as well as preclinical instructor at TCDM.  She is also an instructor at New York Medical College for pre-doctorate courses including Gross and Neuro Anatomy for TCDM, and Gross Anatomy and Histology for the School of Medicine, in addition to Advanced Anatomy of Speech and Hearing Mechanisms for the School of Health Science and Practice. Prior to joining TCDM full-time, Dr. DiSenso-Browne practiced out of the Westchester Institute for Human Development Dental Services, an article 28 clinic dedicated to providing comprehensive and continued dental care to persons with disabilities.    

Clinical Specialty

General Dentistry


Dr. Disenso-Browne received an undergraduate degree in biology from Iona College in 2006, her DDS from Stony Brook College of Dental Medicine and completed her residency at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in Queens, N.Y.

Recent Publications

Disenso, Susan, D.D.S., TCDM, Sehgal, Pravin, M.D., Ph.D., NYMC, Biomolecular condensates in cell biology and virology: phase-separated membraneless organelles (MLOs), Analytical Biochemistry (May 15, 2020).

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Ninth District Dental Association