We acknowledge the people living with HIV who organized to create the OCS, contribute to the data in the OCS, support the governance of data, and guide the research process. OCS Participants, interviewers, data collectors, research associates and coordinators, nurses and physicians who provide support for data collection, OCS staff for data management, IT support, and study coordination. We acknowledge the Public Health Ontario, for supporting linkage with the HIV viral load database. We acknowledge the OCS Study team, Governance Committee, Indigenous Data Governance Circle, Scientific Steering Committee. The OHTN Cohort Study is supported by the Ontario Ministry of Health. The opinions, results and conclusions are those of the authors and no endorsement by the Ontario HIV Treatment Network is intended or should be inferred.  

The OHTN Cohort Study Team consists of Dr. Abigail Kroch, Dr. Ann Burchell, Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, Dr. Curtis Cooper, Dr. Gordon Arbess, Elizabeth Lavoie, Dr. Mona Loutfy, Dr. David Knox, Dr. Nisha Andany, Dr. Sharon Walmsley, Dr. Michael Silverman, Tammy Borque, Dr. Phillipe El-Helou, Holly Gauvin, Wangari Tharao, Dr. Alan Li, Dr. Jeffrey Craig and Dr. Jorge Martinez-Cajas.

OCS Governance Committee: Jasmine Cotnam, Tony Di Pede, Barry Adam, Viviana Santibañez, Rodney Rousseau, Mary Ndung’u, YiYi Chen, Ruth Cameron, Jason Brophy, Aaron Bowerman, Dane Record, Elisio Muchano and Cornel Grey

OCS Indigenous Data Governance Circle: Jasmine Cotnam, Randy Jackson, Meghan Young, and Trevor Stratton

OCS Scientific Steering Committee: Sergio Rueda, Ann Burchell, Barry Adam, David Brennan, Curtis Cooper, Trevor Hart, Adrian Betts, Mona Loutfy, Kelly O’Brien, Lawrence Mbuagbaw, Pierre Giguere, Anita Benoit, Lance McCready, and Sean Hillier.

OCS staff: Agatha Nyambi, Lucia Light, Nahid Qureshi, Tsegaye Bekele, Maya Kesler, Sean Colyer, Kristen O’Brien, Adanna Obioha, Namita Prabhu, and Maxwell Groves.

We also acknowledge the Public Health Laboratories, Public Health Ontario, for supporting record linkage with the HIV viral load database. The opinions, results and conclusions are those of the authors and no endorsement by the Ontario HIV Treatment Network or Public Health Ontario is intended or should be inferred.