ACE Membership: the benefits

Thinking of joining ACE?

Membership of ACE is available in 3 categories; Full, Associate and Corporate, which are explained on the membership page.

What are the Benefits?

Membership of ACE gives access to a worldwide community of Clinical Embryologists and those in allied professions and confers the following additional benefits:

  • Access to the HPC approved ACE CPD scheme
  • Support, advice and best practice guidelines
  • A private members' forum for exchange of ideas
  • Discounted or free event registration, exhibition space and advertising
  • Access to our quartlerly magazine, 'The Embryologist'
  • Being part of an organisation run by embryologists FOR embryologists

For more information on the appropriate membership type for you, please contact our membership office.

For those in the media

ACE: engaging with the Media

The Association of Clinical Embryologists (ACE) is the UK’s only professional body representing embryologists and now has in excess of 800 members, both in the UK and across the rest of the world.

ACE is managed by an elected group of highly experienced and committed senior embryologists and laboratory managers who are specialists in IVF, ICSI and associated fertility treatments and the ethical and moral issues surrounding them.  They are experienced spokespeople who are regularly called upon to give informed and insightful comment on the key issues affecting the world of embryology and assisted conception in general.

The ACE steering group members are all available for interview.

For all media enquiries or to arrange an interview with a spokesperson, please contact Stephen Harbottle on 01223 349010 or email the ACE PR team.

Please check our news feed for breaking news from the Association of Clinical Embryologists or our press pages for more information on working with ACE, media relations and an archive of our previous press releases.


Training Day for ACE Certificate Supervisors

07 Jan 16, Newcastle Fertility Centre
3rd floor Bioscience West Wing
Centre for Life
Times Square
Newcastle upon Tyne

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