Knowledge Ops Team

Victor Thomas Wilcox Jr., MD

Senior Advisor, Health Sciences, Information Technology, and Petrochemical Markets

Victor Thomas Wilcox Jr., MD is a bilingual (English/Spanish) entrepreneur, software developer, and former surgeon with a diverse background in the medical and tech industries. After completing his MD from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston, he underwent surgical training at Beth Israel Hospital in New York and a surgical research fellowship at Houston Methodist Hospital.

With his extensive software development experience, Dr. Wilcox helped found Applied Training Resources (ATR) to develop simulation, training, and support software for the petrochemical and nuclear power industries. He later co-founded Fleet Spartan, which creates IoT devices to track fuel distribution, and joined OpComm, a medical startup developing a perioperative workflow and communication system designed to reduce perioperative delays and promote surgical efficiency.

In addition to his entrepreneurial ventures, Dr. Wilcox has also conducted surgical research and published several papers on surgical training curricula, presenting at national conferences. He is also the creator of software that guides patient care by highlighting trends and identifying pathways to improve care during multidisciplinary rounds.

In his personal life, when not pursuing his entrepreneurial passion, Dr. Wilcox enjoys Latin dancing, skiing, chess, and has had opportunities to live in Colombia for a few years, a country he has grown to love.