15 hrs is not worth mentioning.So to give context - I have 3 different research activities. One is my current gap year research (most meaningful). Another is my main undergrad research lab (~300hrs), which I began my sophomore year. However, during my freshman year mid-spring, I was in a different lab and only spent <15hrs there. I mainly just helped with running behavioral neuro tasks and organizing the resulting data. I was co-authored on a poster describing some of those results at a conference my PI went to. However, during the summer she developed an allergy to her animal model and ending up suspending her research for a couple of years. That's why I joined another lab and only had <15hrs in my first experience.
How should I organize this in my activities? Would including that I only worked in my first lab for <15hrs look bad? Or would it be fine to just include just the poster co-author citation in the Posters/Presentations section and leave it at that?
I definitely will make my gap year a separate activity. I also want sufficient space to describe my main undergrad research experience, which involved an independent research project that was presented at a regional conference.
Any advice would be much appreciated? I have no idea what to do and don't want any potential "bad signs" on my application lol