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Researchers speak to new study exposing link between SSRIs and autism

Researchers speak to new study exposing link between SSRIs and autism

BALTIMORE, April 16 (UPI) -- In a study of nearly 1,000 mothers and their children, researchers found a strong connection between prenatal SSRI exposure and developmental problems in boys.
Brooks Hays
Study: Caffeine can help improve memory

Study: Caffeine can help improve memory

Jan. 13 (UPI) -- It is known that caffeine can improve focus and attention. but now researchers at John Hopkins University suggest it can also improve memory over a short period of time.
Ananth Baliga

South Koreans held in North Korean prisons

SEOUL, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- North Korea has held more than 500 South Koreans behind bars since an armistice agreement halted the Korean War in the 1950s, the South Korean government said.

North Korea producing, testing WMD

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UPI) -- North Korea is producing chemical weapons at more than a dozen facilities and is suspected of testing them on healthy human subjects, a U.S. research team said.
Report: North Korea increasing nuclear stockpile

Report: North Korea increasing nuclear stockpile

WASHINGTON, Sept. 12 (UPI) -- North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear reactor can produce plutonium that would boost its weapons stockpile, researchers at Johns Hopkins University said.
North Korea may have tested rocket engines

North Korea may have tested rocket engines

WASHINGTON, July 11 (UPI) -- Researchers at Johns Hopkins University said there are signs North Korea tested a rocket that could be part of a long-range missile system.

Work seen at North Korean nuclear site

WASHINGTON, June 26 (UPI) -- Satellite imagery of a North Korean test site suggests work is under way in preparation for a possible future test of a nuclear device, U.S. researchers said.

China softening on North Korea loyalties

WASHINGTON, June 14 (UPI) -- A change in Chinese leadership may signal a step away from the brink in terms of tensions on the Korean Peninsula, a former U.S. State Department official said.
Wearable system can map difficult areas

Wearable system can map difficult areas

BALTIMORE, March 27 (UPI) -- U.S. engineers say their wearable mapping system can create physical maps of locations where GPS is not available, such as in underground areas and on ships.

Some hospitalists see too many patients

BALTIMORE, Jan. 30 (UPI) -- One-in-5 hospitalists -- doctors who specialize in the care of hospital patients -- report their workload puts patients at risk for complications or even death.

Nanoparticles seen as gene therapy advance

EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 16 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say they've discovered how to control the shape of nanoparticles that can move DNA through the body to treat cancer and other diseases.

Prosecutors make deal with murder suspect

BALTIMORE, May 14 (UPI) -- Baltimore prosecutors have agreed to drop murder charges against a woman in exchange for testimony against her former lover.

Accused rapist says 'game' was voluntary

NEW YORK, Feb. 20 (UPI) -- A New Yorker accused of raping and holding a woman as a sex slave asserts that she initiated and consented to all their activities.

Woman allegedly held as sex slave in NYC

NEW YORK, Feb. 15 (UPI) -- A Wisconsin woman who took up a New York man's free-rent offer on Craigslist wound up beaten and raped as his sex slave for eight days, police allege.

Scientists closer to understand pain

BALTIMORE, May 15 (UPI) -- U.S. neuroscientists say they are moving closer to understanding pain sensitivity and specifically why it's variable instead of constant.
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WAP97061301 - 13 JUNE 1997 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA: Professor William Smith, PhD, from John Hopkins University, chairman of Coalition on Political Assassinations addresses a news conference at Georgetown University, June 13. The group is calling for full disclosure on the Martin Luther King, Robert F. Kennedy and John F. Kennedy assassinations. cs/Chris Wilson UPI
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John Hopkins (born 1936) is an Emeritus fellow of Downing College, Cambridge. He is married to Cherry, a retired fellow and Director of Studies in law of Girton College, Cambridge.

He read law at Queens' College, Cambridge, was awarded his B.A. in 1960, and his LLB the following year, accompanied by the Whewell Scholarship in International Law. He was elected to a fellowship at Downing in October 1961. He was called to the Bar by Gray's Inn in 1964. Thereafter, he held many positions in college, including Tutor, Senior Tutor and Director of Studies in Law, retiring in 2004. He has been Visiting Professor at City University, London since 1980. In 1981, he was elected Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple, London. He is a former governor of Harrow School, Sherbourne School and Eastbourne College, and is a governor of Wellington College.

In his capacity as Director of Studies in Law at Downing for over 40 years, and also as a University Lecturer, John Hopkins guided generations of students through the highs and lows of Constitutional, Equity and International Law, regaling them with scores of (often the same) humorous stories and jokes.

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