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ACE family member Ms Aparna Thiyagarajan has passed away

Parag Nandi, Academy of Clinical Embryologists, Academy of Clinical Embryologists
17 November 2012
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Ms Aparna Thiyagarajan 

A Sad Demise in very young Age:

One of our beloved ACE family member Ms Aparna Thiyagarajan has passed away on 17th Nov 2012. Her vivid presence at Delhi ACE 2012 International Conference (10, 11 & 12 August 2012) is still very fresh in all of our memory. She was a well known reproductive biologist and was been trained from Cleveland Clinic, USA. She had many scientific publications in peer reviewed journals and was always very cheerful lady. Indeed it is very unfortunate to loose her and would be marked as a great loss in this ART field. 

We, ACE Family deeply mourn the passing away one of our co-worker/a friend/an ACE family member. May her soul rest in peace in heaven.

"When you were born, 
you cried and the world rejoiced. 
You Lived your life in a manner 
so that when you died
the world cried and you rejoice in heaven!"...... 
Academy of Clinical Embryologists

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Responses (4)
Response from Sudeep Banerjee 17 December 2012
My deepest sympathies and heartfelt condolences to her family.
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Response from kwame konadu-yiadom 23 November 2012
eventhough i have never come into contact with her physically i always admired her on very fresh on my mind when she put her resume on for trainee clinical embryologist and even copied part of her resume into mine as i was also looking for same position.Oh life is really short and death has no respect for any one. MAY HER SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE
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Response from Reda Mahfouz 19 November 2012
Aparna was an enthusiastic person during her embryology/ andrology training and fellowship. Aparna have co-authored some of publications and I have involved in her training before becoming an expert trainee. She had helped many international and national people in IVF training! I am sad for her loss! However this is the life! May her soul rest in peace!
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Response from Jashoman Banerjee 17 November 2012
I am a reproductive endocrinology and infertility physician in the us and had an opportunity to work with Aparna for a brief period of time at the Cleveland clinic . It is extremely sad and shocking to hear about her sudden demise. She would have been a very promising embryologist in the future . Please share my condolences with her family and friends. Regards Jashoman Banerjee MD
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