Kenneth L. Koch, MD is Professor of Medicine, Section on Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. He has a career-long interest in understanding physiological and pathophysiological mechanisms of nausea and gastroparesis. He has studied extensively gastric myoelectrical activity (GMA) using cutaneous electrodes in the study of normal 3 cpm GMA and gastric dysthymias in patients with nausea and vomiting syndromes. He advanced the development of clinical electrogastrography with straightforward tests of GMA and analyses of the recordings and is the co-inventor of the 3 CPM technology. He is a founder of the 3 CPM Company for which he is a shareholder and director and serves as the Science Officer. In addition, he is a Principal Investigator for the NIH-sponsored Gastroparesis Clinic Research Consortium and has published over 160 peer-reviewed scientific papers, 47 book chapters and 7 books.