Dr. Karoline Pahsini, MSc

Psychologist & Research assistant

Karoline Pahsini holds a master’s degree in psychology from the University of Vienna. She is graduated clinical Psychologist and currently working as a research assistant at the University Hospital for Psychological and Psychiatric medicine of Graz, Austria. Furthermore, she holds a doctor´s degree in medical sciences with a focus on lifestyle related diseases at the Medical University of Graz. Karoline Pahsini has gained an extensive array of professional experience, advising the University of Applied Sciences of Vienna in applicant selection. As a certified coach for adult vocational training, she has been helping unemployed teenagers re-enter the workforce by building up their skill base as well as working as a supervising tutor for low-income children with the organisation “Kinderfreunde” Austria. She has undergone numerous trainings in the fields of nutrition, eating disorders, attachment and childhood. Karoline Pahsini is responsible for data analysis and research as well as psychological coaching during the tube weaning process.


Karoline's Blog Articles

The weight war – battling with numbers

The weight war – battling with numbers

By children who were born with an illness or abnormality and/or who exhibit an eating problem or who are fed with a feeding tube, every day is defined by numbers – the child’s weight is measured several times a week, the calorie count of the enteral nutrition is calculated, the quantity of each meal is measured out.


Univ. Prof. Marguerite Dunitz-Scheer, MDUniv. Prof. Peter Scheer, MDElisabeth Beckenbach, MDDr. Sabine Marinschek, MScDr. Karoline Pahsini, MScMelanie Wutsch, MA (FH)Eva KerschischnikStephan EchtermeyerMarion RussellValérie SulzerAurélie CharrièreMadeline SulzerJutta PoschDr. Wolfgang Kratky, PhDSamuel Scheer, MA