Irene Pasquetto is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Information Studies at UCLA. As a research assistant at the Center for Knowledge Infrastructures, she conducts qualitative research on the uses of open biomedical data. With her research, Irene aims at informing the design of governance models for data and code infrastructures. Her research interests include information economics, infrastructure studies, ethics and value in information design. For EDGI, she participated in the writing of “Pursuing a Toxic Agenda” the second part of the 100 Days and Counting report and co-organized a UCLA DataRescue event.