Functional MR neuroimaging is an essential tool for studying brain activity. Cerebral blood volume (CBV) is an important indicator of brain function, but measurements are typically qualitative or relative. Furthermore, warping and signal drift necessitate significant image pre-processing with standard EPI acquisition. In this work, we utilize a radial 3D UTE pulse sequence with optimized acquisition parameters determined from phantoms and modeling. Feasibility of dynamic UTE as a functional neuroimaging method is demonstrated in non-human primates receiving NBOH-2C-CN, a 5-HT2A receptor agonist. CBV is measured dynamically throughout the whole brain and shown to agree well with an analogous EPI experiment.