The Wilmot Informatics group recognizes the need for more efficient and innovative technical approaches to the challenges facing academic healthcare groups today. These needs drive the Informatics team to produce novel technologies and analytical approaches that lower the skill floor of academic healthcare technology, while simultaneously pushing forward technical innovations to help clinical research as well as clinical operations throughout the Cancer Institute. We support inter-professional and collaborative approaches to challenges, which are enhanced by our diverse and multi-disciplined team.
We are actively involved in sharing these innovations with the greater healthcare community through national conferences, collaboration with industry, and writing publications for journals.
- Centralized technical governance, with a decentralized autonomous execution allowing for power to be given to providers and researchers.
- Lowering the skill floor for technical personnel creating less technical burden and debt.
- Creating technologies to support and enhance the mission of the Wilmot Cancer Institute.
- Publishing novel approaches to academic healthcare technology challenges.
The team has built a custom server capable of incredible computing power: With 15,360 CUDA cores, 1,920 Tensor Cores, 32 physical CPU cores, 64 logical cores, 128GB of RAM, and 88TB's of disk space. Each GPU has 16gb of GDDR6 RAM for a total of 96GB with a bandwidth of 320GB/second! In addition, the Tesla T4 cards are energy efficient with each card only pulling 70 watts keeping as green as we possibly can.