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ACE Symposium on "Selecting the viable embryo by Morphology & its clinical Impact " by Dr Inge Errebo Agerholm at Pune, Chennai, Kolkata and Delhi

Dr Parag Nandi, PhD

Academy of Clinical Embryologists

13 February 2017

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ACE Symposium

by Dr Inge Errebo Agerholm 

Theme – Selecting the viable embryo by Morphology & its clinical Impact

Aim: The candidates will be able to select the appropriate embryo for transfer & cryopreservation. They will also gain insights into which embryo to discard when and why.


  • Understanding the grading criteria’s from zygote to blastocyst  stage
  • Practicality in using these grading systems
  • Limitations of selecting an embryo by morphology alone.
  • Clinical impact of the selection criteria by morphology
  •  Panel discussion will target   practical dilemmas in selecting/deselecting the embryos in our day to day routine.
  • Encourage audience interaction with the experts.



  • Welcome address : 5 minutes
  •  Selecting the implantable embryos by morphology – (30 minutes + 10 min audience interaction) – Inge  Agerholm
  •  Panel discussion – 40  minutes + 20 min audience interaction
  •  The impact of morphological embryo selection on fresh and FET cycles- (30 minutes + 10 min audience interaction) – Inge  Agerholm



1. Pune

Venue: Hotel IBIS, No.32,Viman Nagar Road, Pune

25.2.2017 (Saturday)

7-9pm followed by dinner



Shebaz Daruwala

Goral Gandhi



Shebaz Daruwala

Goral Gandhi





2. Chennai

Venue: Radisson Blu, Egmore, Chennai

26.02.2017 (Sunday)

6-8pm followed by dinner



Priya Kannan

Swaminathan D



Sujatha Ramakrishnan





3. Kolkata

Venue: The Park Hotel, Park Street, Kolkata

27.02.2017 (Monday)

7-9pm followed by dinner



Parag Nandi

Saroj Agarwal

Srinivas MS



Rashmi Goenka

Ratna Chattopadhyay






4. Delhi


Venue: Hotel Lemon Tree, Airport Road, New Delhi

28.02.2017 (Tuesday)

5-7pm followed by dinner


Charudutt Joshi

Ved Prakash



Gaurav Majumdar

Sanjay Shukla




Registration details:

Registration Fee-           ACE Member – Rs.1500

                                                Non Member – Rs.2000


For Online Registration please go to www.aceorg.in and Pay through Debit or Credit Card!

For Queries please contact the following:

National coordinator – Dr.Priya Kannan, 9840391331,


ACE Head Office:

ACE Administrator – Ved Prakash ,

Academy of Clinical Embryologists, India

Sai health centre

C-176, Shyam Gali,

Nanak Chand B, Kotla Mubarak Pur

New Delhi -110003

Contact nos:  +91-9810430572 ,  +91-11-32628557 


About Dr Inge Errebo Agerholm

She is Laboratory Director and Head of Department at the Fertility Clinic, Region Hospital Horsens, Denmark. She obtained her Master of Science from University of Copenhagen in 1991 and became Laboratory Director at the Fertility Clinic, Region Hospital Horsens, Denmark in 1996. In 2007 she obtained her Ph.D in Medical Health from University of Aarhus. The year after she was part-time employed at FertiliTech (Vitrolife AS, Denmark). In 2013 she became Associate Professor at Aarhus University and supervises several PhD Students. Finally from 2014 she holds the position as Head of Department at the Fertility Clinic. In addition, she has had several positions in numerous boards including Deputy Chairman in Danish Fertility Society, Board member of Nordic IVF Laboratory Society, Treasure in Danish Fertility Society and Committee of National Representatives in ESHRE. Her main interests are embryo culture and selection and her publications are mainly in this field. She is interested in and has been part of the development of the time-lapse concept since 2008 and has organized numerous time-lapse workshops throughout the world.   


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