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Through research and innovation,
we improve patient care.
External Research
Inari Medical is committed to supporting investigator-initiated research and the generation of clinical data to advance the understanding and treatment of Venous Thromboembolism.
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We are dedicated to partnering with physicians and institutions to increase the body of knowledge for improving patient care and outcomes. Together, we can foster revolutionary change that advances medicine to treat and transform the lives of patients suffering from venous diseases. The Inari Investigator-Initiated Research (IIR) program provides an opportunity for those who are interested in conducting independently developed research to apply for support.

The investigator assumes the roles and responsibilities of the study sponsor, including compliance with regulatory requirements and assuring the validity of the study data.
Thank you for your interest in submitting an Investigator-Initiated Research application. Below outlines the simple steps to apply. If you would like to learn more before submitting a proposal or for assistance, please contact [email protected].

Applications are accepted on a rolling submission basis.
Click the “Apply” button below to initiate the application process. An email will be sent to you containing the required documentation needed by Inari’s Clinical Research Team.
Apply for external research
Once you have completed the required documentation, you may submit these details using the “Submit” button below.
Submit documentation
Once submitted, the application is assessed for completeness. A review board will evaluate the proposal including its scientific soundness, strategic fit, technical feasibility, and alignment of budget to fair market value. Updates will be provided to the applicant throughout the review process and the applicant will be contacted directly once a decision is made.