Faculty Directory

Erika Sabbath

Associate Professor

Select Publications

Sabbath, E.L., McKetchnie, S.M., Arora, K.A., Buchbinder, M. (2024). US Obstetrician-Gynecologists' Perceived Impacts of Post–Dobbs v Jackson State Abortion Bans. JAMA Network Open. 2024;7(1):e2352109.

Sabbath, E.L., Willis, M., Wesselink, A., Wang, T., Hatch, E.E., Wise, L.A. (2024). Association between job control and fecundability in a preconception cohort. Fertility and Sterility 2024 Mar;121(3):497-505.

Stelson, E.A, Sabbath-Clayton, L.L., Berkman, L.F., Kubzansky, L.A., Sorensen, G., Sabbath, E.L. (2022). Worker health and client care in residential addiction treatment: Identifying the role of social context. Social Science & Medicine.

Sorensen, G., Dennerlein, J., Peters, S.E., Sabbath, E.L., Kelly, E.L., Wagner, G. (2021). The Future of Research on Work, Safety, Health and Wellbeing: A Guiding Conceptual Framework. Social Science and Medicine 269( 2021): 113493.

Sabbath, E.L., Hawkins, S.S., Baum, C.F. (2020). State-level changes in firearm laws and workplace homicide rates: United States, 2011 to 2017. American Journal of Public Health 110(2): 230-236.

Select Grants

Moral distress among obstetrician-gynecologists in the post-Roe era
The Greenwall Foundation (Role: PI)

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Center for Work, Health, and Well-being (MPI: Sorensen and Sabbath)
Roles: Center Co-Director
Principal investigator, Boston Hospital Workers Health Study, 2021-2026
Multi-PI, Planning and Evaluation Core, 2021-2026
Co-PI, Older Workers Health and Wellbeing Study, 2024-2026 (PI: Halvorsen)