Dr. Marlene Bagatto is an audiologist at the National Centre for Audiology at Western University in London, Ontario where she spends most of her time in the child amplification lab. Dr. Bagatto’s specific research is focused is on fitting babies for hearing aids, which is something that should happen as soon as possible after a problem is detected.
Dr. Bagatto says her work can be all consuming, and she says finding an appropriate work-life balance can be a challenge, but is something that everyone should learn how to manage.
In this episode, Dr. Bagatto discusses her fascinating research, the importance of mentorship, and the mentors who have helped in her own career. Dr. Bagatto also shares some advice for those who are looking to find their own voices, and the importance of never downplaying your successes to anyone.