Dyson was the son of William Dyson. He was educated at Cambridge University, and qualified as a doctor in 1930. He was a house surgeon at MRI and a registrar at Ancoats Hospital Manchester. In 1934 he joined an expedition to Lake Rudolf in central Africa. He is believed to have been killed during this expedition in August 1934.
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