Over the many years of her career, Dr. Mailis Gagnon has mentored many young people including women and immigrants in many ways.
She has been used as a role model to advise female young medical students (see attached PDF from Scrub-In, the Ontario Medical Association newsletter for medical students 2009).
She has served as a mentor for young professional immigrants who have come to Canada and need a place to acquire Canadian experience. In this aspect she has taken many such professionals who serve as volunteers in her program and get involved in the CPP's clinical research.
She has participated in a number of forums as advisor to young medical students, particularly women who are interested to know how to combine a professional career and motherhood/family.
She has assisted and promoted the growth of several of her trainees and fellows towards accomplishing their goals and setting up their professional careers as independent researchers and clinicians.
She continues to serve as a resource and advisor to many of her students, even if they have progressed in their professional life or have moved away from Toronto.
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