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E-mail signatures

It’s important to identify Massey in your e-mail signature if your work is cancer-related. Because many Massey-related personnel have several titles or work for multiple entities, include those titles and entities as well. Noting the Massey URL (massey.vcu.edu) is also highly recommended. If you would like to include the Massey logo in your email signature, the preferred identity mark for this purpose is the color horizontal logo, and it is available below to download.

‌Here are instructions on how to change your e-mail signature in Lotus Notes to include verbiage describing your affiliation with the cancer center:

  • Go to "More"
  • Click on "Preferences"
  • Click on "Signatures"
  • Check the "Automatically append a signature to the bottom of my outgoing messages" box
  • Select "Rich Text"
  • Enter your information in the white area at the bottom of the window
  • Click "OK" at the right top of the window 

Example of a clinical faculty e-mail signature:

Mary Helen Hackney, M.D.
Hematologist-oncologist
VCU Massey Cancer Center
Associate professor, Division of Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Care
VCU School of Medicine
(Contact info)
massey.vcu.edu

Example of a research faculty e-mail signature:

Andrew C. Larner, M.D., Ph.D.
Co-leader, Cancer Cell Signaling research program
Martha Anne Hatcher Distinguished Professorship in Oncology
VCU Massey Cancer Center
Professor of biochemistry and molecular biology
VCU School of Medicine
(Contact info)
massey.vcu.edu

Example of an administrative staff e-mail signature:

Kristen Lynch
Director of finance and administration
VCU Massey Cancer Center
(Contact info)
massey.vcu.edu