Mohammed Aldujayn joined the KFCRIS as a research fellow in August 2017. His research focuses on Turkish studies, Middle Eastern issues, and migration studies. Before then, he graduated with an associate degree in Materials Management from Institute of Public Administration (IPA) in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Later, he graduated with a bachelor degree in Journalism, Advertising and Media Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2015. After that, he won a scholarship to study Turkish and a master degree in Journalism and Communications from Istanbul University in the Republic of Turkey. His recent published work is Turkish Migration Laws: Syrian Refugees or Turkish Future Citizens – Istanbul – 2016. Along with his mother tongue Arabic, he is fluent in English and Turkish.