Marianne Starlander is lecturer at the Faculty of Translation and Interpreting of the University of Geneva. She joined the Department of Translation Technology (referred to by its French acronym TIM) in 2000 where she worked as a teaching and research assistant and now as teaching staff. She originally trained as a translator at the same faculty and also holds a post graduate degree in European studies from the European Institute of the University of Geneva (2000). In 2016, she defended her PhD thesis on the evaluation of Spoken Language Translation (SLT). She has been involved in the research project "Medical spoken language translator" since its start in October 2003, but also in CAT tool training at the MA level and continuing education. She also works as CAT tool specialist in collaboration with SuisseTra.