Diego Alberto Sánchez Robayo graduated from the National University of Colombia, which was then followed by a Master’s Degree in Chemistry from the University of Caldas. He is currently a Chemical expert in the Department of Chemistry of the Technical Investigation Corps of the Attorney General’s Office (Fiscalía General de la Nación) exercising functions specializing in the identification of controlled substances. He has acquired teaching experience in the area of forensic chemistry and is an active member of the Research Group in Chromatography and Related Techniques of the Chemistry Department of the University of Caldas, which is accredited by Colciencias. He is an instructor at the Regional School of the American Community of Anti-Drug Intelligence (Apoyo de la Escuela Regional de la Comunidad Americana de Inteligencia Antidrogas – ERCAIAD) of the National Police, and instructs at the International Center for Strategic Studies against Drug Trafficking (CIENA) of the national police. He is a leader in the scientific research in Colombia, regarding New Psychoactive Substances (NSP) and Synthetic Drugs with recognition in papers at academic events, papers and articles related to the NSP.