NEWSLETTER

NEWSLETTER

Grandfathering deadline reminder

Given high standards established by ACE for EMB certification and the small number of EMB certified so far, this accreditation is very prestigious, highly sought after and can help your program in its marketing efforts.

Furthermore, for a limited time, as a board certified Embryologist, you are entitled to one year of free accreditation for one Embryology Facility of your choice. This will save that facility a $350 annual accreditation fee.
 

Structured Continued Education - Module 1 "Assisted Fertilization"

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Structured Continued Education - Module 1 "Assisted Fertilization"

Dear Embryology Practitioner,

 

We are pleased to announce the first continuing education module (CE) from the American College of Embryology.

Unlike any other CE in our area of practice, the College is offering an in-depth on-line course structured around the syllabus of the only approved PhD program in reproductive laboratory sciences.

The new modules will be added continuously to cover the entire body of knowledge. 

Big day for Embryology!

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Important day for embryology

Dr. Robert Edwards has been awarded the most prestigious recognition in the field of medicine – the 2010 Nobel Prize.

The American College of Embryology is sending its highest regards to Dr. Edwards, who placed human embryology on the map of medicine.

This is also a major recognition for the significance of the contribution of embryology practitioners, who create a new miracle every day.  

DPH-08-001

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DPH-08-001

Click HERE to download the final letter to California Department of Human Services.   

 

Continued Education

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Continued Education

Beginning September 20th, 2010 you will need to enroll in the ACE continuing education (CE) program in order to maintain ACE certification status. Unlike most traditional CE programs, the College curriculum is designed to provide a structured, in-depth course in clinical embryology over a 3-4 year period.  

Certification Waivers During Grandfathering Period

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