Frederick Hopkins was born on June 20, 1861 at Eastbourne, Sussex, England.
In 1871 Hopkins went to the City of London School. He published a paper in The Entomologist on the bombardier beetle at the age of 17.
He graduated in 1894 in medicine and taught physiology and toxicology at Guy’s hospital for four years.
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