Marleen de Bruijne is associate professor of medical image analysis at Erasmus MC Rotterdam, The Netherlands, and professor of medical image analysis at University of Copenhagen, Denmark. She received an MSc degree in physics (1997) and a PhD degree in medical imaging (2003) both from Utrecht University, The Netherlands. From 2003 to 2006 she was assistant professor and later associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. De Bruijne has (co-)authored about 200 peer-reviewed full papers in international conferences and journals, holds 7 patents, and is the recipient of an NWO-VENI, NWO-VIDI, NWO-VICI, and DFF-YDUN award. She has (co)-supervised 26 PhD students. She will be a program chair of the international conferences MICCAI (2021) and MIDL (2020) and is a regular member of the program committee of MIDL, MICCAI, SPIE Medical Imaging, ISBI, and IPMI. She is a member of the MICCAI board, EMBS Technical Committee on Biomedical Imaging and Image Processing, the ISBI Steering Committee, the Information Processing in Medical Imaging (IPMI) board, and the editorial boards of Medical Image Analysis and Frontiers in ICT - Computer Image Analysis. Her research is in machine learning for quantitative image analysis and computer aided diagnosis in different application areas.