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3000 Question Q-Bank

High quality questions 
written by academic faculty 
and edited by former ABA chair.

196 Lessons

Q-bank is linked to 196 
learning modules and lessons

137 Expert Faculty

Learnly was developed by 
137 expert faculty from 
22 leading institutions

Mobilize Your 

Anesthesia Learning

Learnly | Foundations is a dynamic online anesthesia basic science learning program from the Stanford University AIM Lab designed to prepare anesthesia residents for competency in the anesthesia basic sciences. The program is built around the learning preferences of today’s millennial learners and features interactive daily practice accessible anywhere in the world.

Daily Cases

Solve daily patient cases to boost clinical confidence.

3000 Question Q-Bank

Assess your knowledge with 3000 high-yield, ABA-style questions.

Seemless Integration

Seamless web and mobile integration across the Learnly platform.

500% Lower Failure Rate

Students who participate in Learnly have a 500% lower failure rate on the ABA basic science examination.

Mobile Lessons

Designed for on-the-go learning, our 196 modules cover everything you need to know on basic anesthesia science.

Optimize Learning

Optimize your learning with our spaced repetition algorithm designed to help you recall and retain information.

4 Years

of real world use


programs enrolled


Students enrolled

2 Million

activities completed

“I think every lecture is well put together and appropriate in length, a very difficult accomplishment.”

Daniel Wong, MD
Montefiore Medical Center

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Learnly Anasthesia’s mobile app is powered by Firecracker.

Firecracker is a next-generation learning platform that has helped thousands of students just like you get the most out of your medical education. The problem with traditional learning is that we forget everything we learn–fast. Firecracker keeps track of what you know and how well you know it for you, so you can learn massive amounts of information in a short time and remember it for many months, if not years.

The Experts

Leading academic anesthesiologists from around the United States.

Larry Chu, MD

Program Lead,
Stanford AIM Lab

Andrea Traynor, MD

Program Lead,
Stanford AIM Lab

Glenn Gravlee, MD

Question Editor,
UC Denver

Editorial Team

Janak Chandrasoma, MD

Audio Content Developer
Assistant Professor, University of Southern California

Grant McFadyen, MD

Executive Editor
Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology, Stanford University School of Medicine

Some Content Contributors

Dr. Jeffrey Berger – George Washington University, Associate Professor

Dr. Alyssa Brzenski- UC San Diego, Assistant Professor

Dr. Debnath Chatterjee – Colorado Hospital for Children, Associate Professor

Dr. Claudia Clavijo – University of Colorado, Assistant Professor

Dr. Stacy Fairbanks – University of Colorado, Assistant Professor

Dr. Brian Gierl – University of Pittsburgh, Assistant Professor

Dr. Quinton Gurley – University of Alabama, Associate Professor

Dr. Rachel Kacmar – University of Colorado, Assistant Professor

Dr. Anand Lakshminarasimhachar – Washington University, Assistant Professor

Dr. Robert Lekowski – Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Assistant Professor

Dr. Bryan Maxwell – Johns Hopkins University, Assistant Professor

Dr. Paul Mongan – Mayo Clinic (Jacksonville, FL), Chair

Dr. Garret Morris – University of Rochester, Assistant Professor

Dr. Anthony M. Oliva – University of Colorado, Associate Professor

Dr. Nakeisha Pierre – Tulane University, Assistant Professor

Dr. Andrew Powers – University of Michigan, Assistant Professor

Dr. Luis Rivera – UC San Diego, Assistant Professor

Dr. Naiyi Sun – Stanford University, Assistant Professor

Dr. Preetham J. Suresh – UC San Diego, Associate Professor

Dr. Sarena Teng – Ochsner Hospital for Children

Dr. Barb Wilkey – University of Colorado, Assistant Professor

Dr. William C. Wilson – UC Irvine, Director, Critical Care Services

Dr. Michael J. Yarborough – Tulane University, Assistant Professor