Photos: UMMC’s landmark 3,000th transplantPublished on Tuesday, July 5, 2022The live donor surgery reaching the UMMC landmark was performed June 28 at the state’s only academic medical center and transplant program. The first transplant performed at the Medical Center was in 1963, when Dr. James Hardy performed the world’s first human lung transplant.From left, Tawanna Davis, son Quinten Hogan and Hogan's stepdad, Spencer Davis, savor a group hug before Hogan was taken to surgery for removal of his left kidney to be donated to his mom.Hogan gets direction from Dr. Ali Morgan, a surgery resident, before being wheeled to surgery.Dr. Christopher Anderson, professor and James D. Hardy Chair of the Department of Surgery, checks in with Quinten Hogan before they go to the OR. Anderson removed Hogan's left kidney for implantation into Hogan's mom, Davis.Davis gets a loving pat from her son, Hogan, moments before Hogan was rolled into surgery and she was prepped to follow him. The 25-year-old donated his left kidney to his mom, who copes with diabetes and hypertension.Hogan leaves a holding area to be rolled into surgery to remove his left kidney for transplantation into his mom, Davis.Third-year medical student Anna Dickson scrubs in for surgery June 28 in which live donor Hogan gave his left kidney to his mom, Davis.Anderson removes the left kidney of live donor Hogan so that Dr. Felicitas Koller can implant it into the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis.Anderson, second from right, and members of his transplant team remove Hogan's left kidney for transplantation into Hogan's mom, Davis.Registered nurse Kele Loftin assists Anderson as he removes the left kidney of live donor Hogan for transplantation into Hogan's mom.Anderson and his surgical team use monitors to get a birds-eye view of the left kidney of live donor Hogan.Koller, right, lifts the left kidney of live donor Hogan from a cold solution before transplanting it into the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis.Koller and her transplant team work in coordination to place the kidney of live donor Hogan into the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis.Tyler Holm, left, and Koller, right, place the left kidney of live donor Hogan into a plastic bag for storage before it's placed in the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis, in back-to-back surgeries.Hospital technician Toya Snow was among the care team members preparing Davis for her June 28 kidney transplant surgery.Registered nurse Karen Hughes and Dr. Justin Mahaney, an anesthesiology resident, help prepare Davis for her kidney transplant surgery.Registered nurse Madison Burge gives Davis a comforting high-five before Davis is wheeled to the OR for kidney transplant surgery.Koller, associate professor of transplant surgery, reassures Davis just before she's rolled to surgery. Koller transplanted into Davis' abdomen a kidney donated by Davis' son, Hogan.Koller reassures Tawanna Davis just before she's rolled to surgery.Davis takes a few moments to reflect before being wheeled to the OR for her kidney transplant surgery.Davis finds joy in the moment as she undergoes anesthesia before surgery to receive a live kidney donation from her son, Hogan.Koller, center, places the kidney of live donor Hogan into the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis. She's assisted by a specialized transplant team that includes scrub tech Anthony Poole, left.Scrub tech Poole selects sterile instruments from a tray for Koller and other members of the transplant team to use during surgery to place Hogan's live kidney into the abdomen of Hogan's mom, Davis.Registered nurse Kele Loftin assists Koller as Koller implants the live kidney of Hogan into Davis.Transplant surgery involves a specialized team of surgeons, nurses, residents, surgery technicians, anesthesiologists and more.Hogan prepares to visit his next-door neighbor on 2 South in University Hospital: his mom, Davis, who received Hogan's left kidney in a June 28 transplant surgery.Hogan makes sure his mom, Davis, is doing well following surgery June 28 in which Hogan gave his mom his left kidney. The next morning, both were doing well and preparing to return home later in the week.Davis and her son Hogan, center, chat with Anderson the day after Anderson removed Hogan's left kidney for transplant into Davis.Transplant patient Davis and Koller visit the day before Davis was discharged from University Hospital. Koller on June 28 transplanted into Davis the live kidney of Davis' son, Quinten Hogan.From left, Hogan; Hogan's mom, Davis; and Hogan's girlfriend, Taylor Brown, share a moment following Davis' transplant surgery. Hogan donated his left kidney to his mom.