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Galen was an ancient Roman physician of Greek origin.
Galen may also refer to:
- Vasily Blücher, Soviet military commander; used the name Galen as a military adviser in China
- Clemens August Graf von Galen, German count and Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
- Bernhard von Galen, prince-bishop of Münster
- von Galen family
- Galen Gering, American soap opera actor
- Galen Rowell, climber and photographer
- Galen Rupp, American runner
- Galen Catholic College, Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia
- Galen Center, an athletic facility at the University of Southern California, U.S
- Galen University, San Ignacio, Belize
- OpenGALEN, a provider of an open source medical terminology
- Galen Institute, a free market health policy think tank in Alexandria, Virginia, whose Senior Fellows include Brian Lee Crowley
- Galen (Babylon 5), a technomage in the Babylon 5 universe
- Galen DeMarco, a character in the world of Judge Dredd
- Gal'en Kord, a character in the Transformers universe
- Galen Tyrol, a character in the re-imagined Battlestar Galactica TV series
- Galen Doc Adams, a character of the lead cast of Gunsmoke, a long running radio and subsequent TV series.
- Galen, the assistant of Dr. Zaius in the 1968 film Planet of the Apes and subsequent TV series
- Professor Richard Galen, a character in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Chase"
- Galen Marek, a character in the Star Wars: The Force Unleashed project
- Galen, a character in the TV Series "Roar"
- Dr. Galén, a character in a play The White Disease by Karel Čapek and in its movie adaptation Skeleton on Horseback
- Dr. Galen Erso, a character in the movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
- All pages beginning with "Galen"
- Galena (disambiguation)
- Galien (disambiguation)
- Galan (disambiguation)
- Gehlen (disambiguation)
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