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Theodor Seliwanoff (or Seliwanow), born as Fedor Fedorovic Selivanov (October 8, 1859 in Gorodischtsche, Pensa–1938) was a Russian chemist who invented the Seliwanoff's test in 1887 while working in Metchnikow University of Odessa in Odessa, Ukraine.
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