News Archive

ABA AGM 2017

05 February 2017

ABA Annual General Meeting, 18th May 2017, Birmingham

May 18 @ 8:45 am - 4:30 pm

£75 - £145

The Association of Biomedical Andrologists are delighted to bring you another exciting programme at their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 18th May 2017 in Birmingham!  

More information, including the meeting programme and how to register, can be found by following the link below.

Read more
ACE Winners of Fertility 2017

11 January 2017

Congratulations to the ACE winners of Fertility 2017 for the best pre-reg and post-reg oral and poster presentations:


Best oral presentation
Fertility preservation for young persons undertaking gender reassignment; management considerations for the clinical embryologist
Charlotte Taylor, Bourn Hall Clinic


Does the additional transfer of a poor quality blastocyst effect clinical outcome?
Shreena Tailor, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Best poster presentation
Pregnancy outcomes following fresh or vitrified embryo transfer of non-top quality embryos. Should we change what we freeze?

Read more
Fertility 2017: An amazing 260 abstract submissions received!

14 September 2016

Fertility 2017 received an amazing 260 abstract submissions. Thanks to all who took effort to submit their work!

A blind peer review system is presently in process – you will be informed of the outcome at the end of October. Earlybird ends on 31 October, so register now for what promises to be the best event so far…

Read more
ACE response to NICE IUI consultation - June 2016

12 July 2016

The original question asked, “What is the effectiveness of intrauterine insemination (IUI) in people with unexplained infertility, mild endometriosis or ‘mild’ male factor infertility?” The outcome, that “the GDG recommends that IUI (with or without stimulation) should not be routinely offered” was based on very few papers, all over 10 years old and of low or very low quality.

We would argue that mainstream IUI practice is economically viable, based on other more recent studies and opinion:

For more information please following the link below.


Read more
Fertility 2017

26 February 2016

The joint conference is back in the city of Edinburgh on 5 - 7 January 2017.

The conference will offer an exciting, cutting edge programme of high profile, scientific international and UK speakers, with a wide range of concurrent sessions focussing on specialist areas in fertility and reproductive biology. The event will also feature over 200 poster presentations and a large commercial exhibition attracting over 500 experts in fertility, assisted conception, sexual health and reproductive biology.

To book your place, submit an abstract or for any other information, please visit the ...

Read more
ACE Conference 2016 presentations are now available to download

22 January 2016

Please CLICK HERE to download the presentation slides from the ACE Conference 2016

Read more
Cessation of the ACE Certificate in Clinical Embryology

14 September 2015

The Association of Clinical Embryologists gives notice that no further applications for the ACE Certificate in Clinical Embryology will be accepted after 31st December 2015.  Centres wishing to use the ACE Certificate to train staff in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Eire, must submit their completed applications for a start date no later than 31st December 2015.  New trainees have not been accepted in England or Wales since 30th September 2013. For more information please click here.

Read more
ACE 2016 Conference Programme!

19 August 2015

The programme for the ACE conference 2016 is now available. To view please follow the link below:


Read more
Tax reclaim on ACE membership

06 July 2015

A number of members have contacted ACE to find out whether they are able to claim back tax on their ACE membership fees. The good news is we have received the relevant documentation from the HMRC and the process is underway. We hope to have this in place for you ASAP. Watch this space.

Read more

08 June 2015

There are two new EU Commission Directives which will affect Treatment Centres in the UK. One requires a standardised code to be used in the labelling of distributed cells and tissues, whilst the other requires more stringent approvals and records before importing cells and tissues into the EU. For further details click here

Read more

Pages: [1]      «      2   |   3   |   4   |   5   |   6      »      [7]